Michigan’s football program is still on pause due to COVID-19 concerns.

The Wolverines made the decision on Monday to go all-virtual for the time-being, and they’ve extended that arrangement to Tuesday.

Here’s the statement from Michigan:

“Out of an abundance of caution, we will again hold all team activities in a virtual format today. We will continue to follow the prevention protocols and recommendations of our medical professionals and the health department.”

The Wolverines are scheduled to face Maryland on Saturday. Michigan has yet to have a game canceled due to COVID-19 so far this season.

Perhaps more importantly to the national landscape, Michigan is scheduled to face Ohio State in less than two weeks. If that game can’t be played, the Buckeyes won’t be eligible for the Big Ten Championship Game due to lack of games played.

Ohio State is dealing with COVID-19 issues of its own, but the Buckeyes returned to team activities on Tuesday.

Michigan is 2-4 this season.