NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said on Wednesday that no NBA player or staff has tested positive for COVID-19 while in the bubble at Walt Disney World in Orlando.

Silver provided the report in his pre-Finals press conference, though he did acknowledge that there were positive tests among the 6,500-plus people who worked in or around the bubble — including service workers, non-NBA personnel and Disney employees who don’t undergo daily testing.

The commissioner did not specify how many positive cases there were among that group, but he emphasized that the folks who tested positive were kept away from players and coaches at the Wide World of Sports complex.