Former Texas A&M and current Arizona coach Kevin Sumlin has tested positive for COVID-19, the school announced on Monday.

“My positive test result, while a shock, is a stark reminder of how we must all remain vigilant in our focus on hand washing, physical distancing and face coverings,” Sumlin said in a statement, per AZ Central.

Sumlin, 56, is entering his third season as UA coach, and training camp is schedule to begin on Friday.

The statement continued by saying that Sumlin is not exhibiting any symptoms and will work with the team virtually until he completes the isolation protocols.

“I am feeling well and will be engaged in our ramp-up activities on a virtual basis until I complete the isolation protocol. I look forward to being back on (the) field in time to begin preparing for the season.”

Sumlin’s positive test was found during a routine screening performed by the Intercollegiate Athletics Medical team.

Arizona opens its season Nov. 7 at Utah.