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Chelsea FC aren’t taking the coronavirus lightly and also the health of staff as the club announced on Wednesday that most commercial sites within Stamford Bridge have been shut down.
Chelsea released a statement via the club’s website, thus: “Due to the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK and the latest Government advice, most commercial sites within the Stamford Bridge site have closed until further notice as Chelsea Football Club responds to the situation.
“The Megastore, Frankie’s, the Tea Bar, Under the Bridge and the Chelsea Health Club have now closed with immediate effect.
“Chelsea Stadium Tours and the Chelsea Museum will also be closed for the foreseeable future.”
Chelsea are one of the clubs that have been hit by coronavirus after Callum Hudson-Odoi tested positive to Covid-19.
Meanwhile, Chelsea Russian billionaire owner Roman Abramovich has made a huge sacrifice to help in the fight against coronavirus.
Abramovich has offered NHS the use of Chelsea’s Millennium Hotel and is committed to picking up all costs.
The Blues have now moved out guests out of the Millennium Hotel in order to house NHS staff from north west London hospitals amid the coronavirus crisis.