A federal judge said he would like to push back the criminal fraud trial against Theranos’ Elizabeth Holmes until October amid public health concerns over COVID-19.

At a telephonic status conference Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Edward Davila of the Northern District of California said Oct. 27 is more realistic than the original August trial date set to take place in San Jose, California, but he noted that it’s impossible to forecast the status of the health crisis.

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