HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — At least four people have now tested positive for the coronavirus at Marshall University as the school moves to allow its athletes to return to campus, officials said Wednesday.

The college said three student athletes and one staffer have tested positive. All four people are in quarantine. Tests are pending for two additional athletes.

The school is making all student athletes self-isolate for a week when they return to campus for workouts. They must test negative before being allowed to leave.

Marshall canceled in-person classes in March but plans to resume them on Aug. 24, the college said.