Former Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden signaled Wednesday that he would not be eager to participate in another televised debate with his rival, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. Biden wants to focus on the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, as he has frequently criticized President Trump’s response to the crisis.

“My focus is just dealing with this crisis right now. I haven’t thought about any more debates. I think we’ve had enough debates. I think we should get on with this,” Biden said in a virtual news briefing when asked about Sanders’ willingness to participate in an April debate if one is scheduled.

Despite being far behind in the delegate count, Sanders continues to stay in the Democratic primary race. The Democratic National Committee has so far not planned a debate for April amid the coronavirus pandemic.

"We have no updates at this time. We are taking things day by day, as is the rest of the country," DNC spokeswoman Xochitl Hinojosa said.

The virus could continue to upend the primary season, after Ohio made its contest mail-in only to prevent community spread.

The next scheduled contests are Alaska, Hawaii and Wyoming on April 4, but all three states have canceled in-person voting and opted for vote-by-mail.

As of Wednesday at 4:20 p.m., ET,  there are at least 62,086 cases in the United States, with the death toll at 869.