The second debate between US President Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden will take place virtually, the Presidential Debate Commission announced.
The move to a virtual format comes as Mr Trump continues treatment of the coronavirus in the White House.
His doctor says he has not had any symptoms in more than 24 hours.
The second debate between the rivals is scheduled for next Thursday.
The upcoming clash will be a town hall-style event “with candidates attending from various remote locations,” the commission said.