It really does seem like it is about to be all hands on deck now as the UK steps up the battle against the deadly COVID-19 virus sweeping the world.
Carlo Ancelotti is one man who will forever hold a special place in the hearts of Chelsea fans and will always be welcomed back to Stamford Bridge with open arms.
There is no football being played right now, but as ever the transfer rumour mill continues to spin.
Chelsea have been creating and nurturing very talented football players in one of the greatest youth academies in world football.
Chelsea have a history of hiring and firing over the last ten years, and it has pretty much become part of their strategy to win trophies.
Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount has easily received one of the greatest ever compliments of his career.
The Jadon Sancho saga is going to be one of those that will carry on, and on, and on...
Chelsea have been linked with a number of centre backs over the last couple of months, suggesting that this is an area that Frank Lampard will look to strengthen in the summer.
Chelsea look set to have a transfer battle with Tottenham when the transfer window opens.
It remains to be conclusive as of yet whether Chelsea are about to make their second agreement signing for the summer so far after Hakim Ziyech.
Chelsea will most certainly be looking to sign a new striker in the summer.
Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga has come under a lot of criticism this season after suffering with form and confidence.
It would appear that Footballs large organisations are still looking to get this current season finished before the summer is out.
The one thing that is managing to continue during these times is business such as new non-complicated contract extensions, with everything managing to be done over video calling.
The left back saga continues for Chelsea as it looks like one of the main pieces of transfer business that they will be doing when the transfer window does eventually open.
Well, we may well actually see some football being played again sometime in the not so distant future, if the new Premier League plans go ahead.
It often seems the case that whenever a club is conducting transfer business, the worlds press manages to get all bits of details to be able to report on it along the way.
Chelsea will have a number of decisions to make when this current season finishes, with a number of their loan player futures up in the air.
Right now we are seeing all sorts of peoples choices on top player lists such as the Premier League's top all-time strikers for example.
During these times with no football being played, it is a great opportunity to look back through some of Chelsea's finest archives.