However, it is unclear whether another group with replace the coronavirus task force, the New York Times reported.
According to the Times, Olivia Troye, top adviser to VP Mike Pence, has told senior officials involved in the task force to expect the group to wind down within weeks.
The warning was allegedly echoed by other White House officials also.
Recently, President Donald Trump has stopped discussing the coronavirus task force meetings in his daily briefings.
The team are also no longer routinely around him in his public appearances, which was seen on Tuesday when the president spoke to reporters in Washington D.C. alone.
On Tuesday, the president admitted he blocked task force member Dr Anthony Fauci from testifying in front of the Dem-led House, calling it a "set up."
When asked by a reporter why he won't let Fauci testify, Trump said it's because the House is "a bunch of Trump haters."
"The House is a set up, the House is a bunch of trump haters, they put every Trump hater on the committee, they frankly want our situation to be unsuccessful, which means death," he said.