Cobblers boss Keith Curle says the players are keeping themselves fit and ready - while of course fully adhering to the latest Government advice.
"The players are doing their work at home, away from each other and they are getting their work done," he said.
"It is about being sensible, staying in touch and having a five or ten minute chat on the phone to see what they are doing, making sure they are following the advice, making sure their family is staying well and making sure they are being sensible.
"It is hard to plan ahead too much, there are so many unknowns. We had planned to be in training this week but that was suspended in line with the Government advice. The situation is changing on a daily basis and we have to react to it and abide by the social distancing advice to keep everyone safe.
"The message to the supporters is to stay safe and look out for each other. As a community club we want to be playing football at the heart of our community as soon as it is safe to do so, but we also know we are still in touch with our community and we are helping out as much as we can within the advice and the guidelines we are working too."