The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC) have confirmed preparations for Wimbledon are continuing despite the coronavirus crisis.
Following the UK Government's advice for individuals to avoid any non-essential contact and work from home where possible, AELTC announced the closure of the Wimbledon museum, shop and community sports ground.
The All England Club and Wimbledon Park Golf Club outdoor facilities are set to remain open to members on a partial basis only.
Despite this, the organisation confirmed that preparations for Wimbledon, the grass court Grand Slam scheduled for June 29 to July 12, are still ongoing.
This will be constantly monitored, however.
"At the heart of our decision-making is our commitment to the health and safety of our members, staff, and the public, and we are grateful to the Government and public health authorities for their advice and support," said AELTC chief executive Richard Lewis.
"While we continue to plan for The Championships at this time, it remains a continuously evolving situation and we will act responsibly, in the best interests of wider society.
"We thank all of our members, staff, players, partners, contractors and the public for their patience and trust as we continue to navigate this unprecedented global challenge."
There are currently 1,950 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK, with 71 deaths.
Cases have exceeded 200,000 worldwide, with more than 8,000 deaths.
The International Tennis Federation, the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) have all already put their events on hold in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
The ATP and WTA tournaments at Indian Wells in California were earlier this month postponed on the eve of qualifying.
New dates have also been suggested for the French Open, which was postponed yesterday.
It could now take place between September 20 and October 4, meaning it will be held between Wimbledon and the US Open if there are no more changes to the calendar.