Due to the risk of spreading the coronavirus, the government said, it would not be safe for the team and opposing Major League Baseball teams to travel back and forth between the U.S. and Canada.

“Based on the best-available public health advice, we have concluded the cross-border travel required for MLB regular season play would not adequately protect Canadians’ health and safety,” Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino said in a statement Saturday…

The team also has a training facility in Dunedin, Fla., and will either host its regular season home games there or in Buffalo, N.Y., the Toronto Star reported.

The Canadian government said it remains “open to considering future restart plans for the post-season should the risk of virus transmission diminish.”