PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Johnson & Wales University announced it plans to resume in-person instruction for all students next week, two weeks after moving to remote classes because of a coronavirus outbreak among students.

While all classes are expected to resume in-person instruction on Tuesday, culinary and baking and pastry lab students are expected to start Sunday and Monday.

The Providence school moved to remote learning on Oct. 5 after 38 students who lived off campus tested positive.

The school said it would test all students and as of Wednesday said it had found five additional positive cases, with some test results pending.

The university will continue random surveillance testing starting Tuesday.

The school's Providence campus has about 6,700 students.