Fans across the country have felt isolated and removed from their matchday rituals.
Sitting on sofas from the safety of your own home, watching a stream of your team from a distance has proven to be a necessary, if not deeply frustrating, process.
With that in mind, spare a thought for Allan Campbell.
For the last two weeks, the Motherwell midfielder was confined to his family home after being deemed a close contact of former clubmate David Turnbull, who contracted Covid-19 while on Scotland Under 21 duty.
It led to Campbell and Barry Maguire having to self isolate for two weeks at short notice before the double header with St Johnstone, a pair of matches a victory escaped the Steelmen in.
“It’s been the most frustrating thing,” said Campbell. “I’ve had to watch the games in the living room with my dad. It’s annoying because you want to be out there affecting things and helping the team try and get results.
“But you have to be grateful given everything that’s going on in the world that I’m safe, healthy and raring to go again.
“At least if you’re injured you can try and get back into the team and accept that there’s nothing you can do. You can focus on trying to get back. But I was feeling absolutely fine, and I couldn’t help.
“When you’re 100% okay it’s a bit strange and hard to get used to, you think ‘I’m absolutely fine’. But you just have to deal with it and carry on.”
It’s not in Campbell’s nature not to be competitively involved. Instead, he’s used the time to reflect and keep fit at home.
He added: “I was quite calm. I was just watching the team and what they are doing and asking myself what I’d have done if I was playing.
“Obviously you are cheering the boys on. There’s a frustration when they don’t score, or miss a chance or something. But that’s just the passion you have for the club. I just was desperate to get back around the place again.”
Motherwell’s resurgence has stalled somewhat in recent weeks.
Before the international break, a plucky performance against Celtic went unrewarded, while a draw and defeat with Saints, including a League Cup exit, has slowed the Fir Park side’s progress.
However, Campbell, who is due to be available for selection against Hibernian, remains confident that the only way is up for Stephen Robinson’s men.
“We have had a lot of good performances,” he said. “There’s a lot of quality in the team, and I think just trying to get a run going is the main thing. We want to put in consistent showings to climb the table.
“We know we need to focus on each game at a time. In football, if you do the basics well you can prosper, and that’s what we want to do now.”
Campbell’s international break was a bittersweet one for the midfielder.
The 22-year-old, who has 22 caps for the U21s, is now too old for the age group after three years of service culminated in just falling short of qualification for the European Championships.
However, despite progress being snatched away in his final game by defeat in Greece, Campbell says he will cherish his time with Scot Gemmill’s squad for the rest of his career.
“That’s me too old for them now,” he said.
“It was emotional. Because we put so much into the campaign and we had a brilliant team, we felt we could do really well. We did to a certain extent, but we came up just one game short.
“It’s something that I’ll learn from. You take the highs and lows in football and carry them on for the rest of your career. It’s a great learning experience for me.
“I’ve had the honour of representing my country and playing against top, top players in my age group. It’ll stand me in good stead for the rest of my career.
“Phil Foden is probably the best I’ve played against who has now kicked on. You can see his quality at Man City.
“From a young age, you could see that. When I played against him you could tell he had class. I always look at his game, try to take wee bits from it and pay attention to what he is doing and take it into my game as well.”
Inspiration for his next step on the international stage is not too far away.
With team-mates Declan Gallagher and Stephen O’Donnell both national heroes after helping Steve Clarke’s side qualify for Euro 2020, Campbell is keen to soak up as much as he can to help propel himself into Clarke’s thoughts for the senior side.
“You always try and learn from the older boys and those who have played against top-quality players,” he said. “That’s part and parcel of training with these guys every day.
“For me, my dream now is to make that step up. That comes from hard work and doing well for Motherwell. Seeing Deccy and SOD doing what they’ve done, it shows me there is a platform there if you can do well.
“That’s my aim. Keep my head down, work hard at Motherwell, and hopefully my chance will come.”