With the Premier League season on hold until April 30 at the earliest, the English top-flight's big names still managed to get their message across on Saturday.
The Premier League, along with the majority of sporting tournaments and events across the globe, is currently suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Many nations are in total or near-total lockdown, with people only allowed to leave their homes for essential trips and exercise.
Though there is no sport to keep people entertained, some of the biggest names – both players and managers – from the Premier League came together on Saturday at 1500 GMT to spread the message: "stay at home, save lives."
Using his official Twitter and Instagram accounts, Manchester City and England forward Raheem Sterling shared a video.
"We need to stay at home, let's help our NHS by staying home, only leave if you need food, medicine or exercise," Sterling said. "The NHS have been doing a fantastic job so let's help them continue doing their wonderful work."
He was also joined by his City team-mates Aymeric Laporte and Benjamin Mendy, as well as the club's ladies captain Steph Houghton.
Across the city, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer also offered his support to the campaign.
"Stay home, protect the NHS, save lives," the Norwegian said in a video posted to United's Twitter feed.
Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta tested positive for coronavirus on March 12 and, having now recovered, he also shared the message.
"I encourage everybody, please be responsible and stay at home as much as possible," the Spaniard said.
Meanwhile, Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard said: "To help save lives, you must stay home. Only leave home to buy essential food, medicine or for individual exercise and always stay two metres apart. This is an urgent message. Stay home, protect the NHS, save lives."
Premier League leaders Liverpool shared a graphic which read: "Stay home, protect the NHS, save lives."
Tottenham striker and England captain Harry Kane did not share a video, but wrote in a post on Twitter: "Saturday 3pm normally means football. But at the moment it's far more important everyone stays home. Do your bit. Protect the NHS, save lives."