The latest round of testing for COVID-19 has resulted in more positive cases from Michigan State, the school announced on Monday.

MLive.com reported that Michigan State’s athletic department announced that 127 student-athletes were tested on July 30 and 31, and seven tested positive for the virus. Those individuals were already in quarantine at the time of testing and will continue to remain in quarantine.

There were also 50 staff members who were tested for the virus, but all results came back negative.

Specifics on what sports the student-athletes played were not mentioned in Michigan State’s report. The latest round of testing comes after the entire Spartans football team was put into quarantine when four staff members tested positive for COVID-19 between July 18 and 24.

Michigan State said the quarantine will last through Tuesday, but it’s still unclear when workouts will resume.