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DENVER - SEPTEMBER 16: A close up of the official NFL 'The Duke' game ball complete with commissioner Roger Goodell's signature as the Denver Broncos defeated the Oakland Raiders 23-20 in overtime during week two NFL action at Invesco Field at Mile High on September 16, 2007 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Just because the season kickoff isn’t until September doesn’t mean the NFL is completely immune from the impact of the coronavirus.

Starting Wednesday evening, the league will institute mandates related to workplace and operational functions in an effort to stop the further spread of the disease.

All training facilities will be closed except under certain circumstances, which they said is to “ensure that all clubs operate on a level playing field, and that the NFL continues to conduct itself in a responsible way at this time.”

After April 8, officials will consult with medical experts and public health authorities to assess the continuation of the directives.