Michigan athletics announced Friday afternoon that 12 total student-athletes and one staff member have tested positive for COVID-19 after the latest round of testing between July 20-21.
Of the 729 total tests administered since mid-June, there have been 13 positive cases.
The Wolverines have conducted 559 student-athlete tests with 12 positive results. There have been 170 staff member tests with one positive result.
The athletic department’s latest update – provided last Friday – had eight positive tests out of 635, all from student-athletes.
The university is not announcing which athletes and staff members have tested positive nor what teams the positive tests are from.
The football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball teams returned to campus in mid-June for voluntary workouts.
The football team began preseason “enhanced summer access” Friday, which allows for 20-hour weeks with football activities such as walkthroughs, team meetings, film sessions, weight training and conditioning, with daily hour caps and mandated days off.