After previously targeting a return on April 30, the Premier League announced on Friday that play will not resume by that date and matches remain suspended indefinitely.
The Premier League originally announced their suspension on March 13 following Arsenal's announcement that manager Mikel Arteta had tested positive for the illness.
In the weeks since, the outbreak has all but shut down many countries throughout the world, with football only still being played in a handful of leagues, and it will keep the Premier League postponed until further notice as it has become clear that the initial target would not be realistic.
The Premier League's aim is to still play on this season, with most leagues around the world hoping to complete their seasons at some point this summer.
The Jupiler Pro League, the top tier of Belgian football, became the first major football league to end its 2019-20 season early, with the announcement that Club Brugge had been declared champions on Thursday.
Following extensive discussions, the Belgian league's board of directors said the decision had been made as it was unlikely matches would be able to take place before the end of June unless they were played behind closed doors.
As things stand in the Premier League, Liverpool set 25 points ahead of second-place Manchester City with Leicester and Chelsea rounding out the top four.