Formula One have announced the cancellation of the Chinese Grand Prix and the return of Turkey on a 17-race 2020 calendar that has been revised and shortened because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Formula One said that Bahrain's Sakhir circuit would host two races in late November and early December with Abu Dhabi's December 13 Grand Prix completing the season.
Thirteen other races had already been announced.
Some will be open to a limited number of fans, including hospitality after the six races held so far have been behind closed doors.
China's race in Shanghai had looked doubtful for some time due to the virus.
The first Vietnamese Grand Prix, postponed from April, will not be happening either although its cancellation has yet to be confirmed officially.
Turkey will be the only race on this year's calendar that could be considered a non-European or Middle Eastern round, since the circuit is on the Asian side of Istanbul.
Bahrain's two races will be designated the Bahrain Grand Prix and the Sakhir Grand Prix, after the name of the desert circuit.
Sakhir will be the third circuit to host two races this season after Austria's Red Bull Ring and Britain's Silverstone.