A federal judge has decided not to postpone Wisconsin’s presidential primary over the health threat from coronavirus, but the deadline for counting absentees will be extended by nearly a week to April 13, the Associated Press reported on Thursday.

Democrats and liberal groups had asked U.S. District Judge William Conley to postpone in-person voting for Tuesday’s election and extend the deadline for filing absentees, the AP reports, but Conley signaled during a court hearing this week that he was uncomfortable overruling state leaders’ decision to stick with the election date.

The deadline for voters to get absentee ballots to local clerks had been 8 p.m. on Tuesday, but Conley’s order moved that to 4 p.m. on Monday, April 13.