The SPFL will speak with all 42 Scottish league clubs via conference calls on Friday to discuss the ongoing situation surrounding the coronavirus shutdown.
Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie is preparing for an anticlimax to the Scottish Premiership season.
The Scottish Football Association has told all clubs to stop training sessions and observe social distancing guidelines outlined by government.
Celtic have donated £150,000 to the most vulnerable people in the local community affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Scottish football is, like every other business in the UK, frantically trying to create a contingency plan to keep itself afloat.
The Scottish FA says football in Scotland will not resume before April 30.
Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell has told Scottish football authorities that the league campaign cannot simply be declared null and void.
Leigh Griffiths has vowed to come back "leaner and meaner" once Celtic re-emerge from the coronavirus shutdown.
Celtic captain Scott Brown says he will continue to play for the club until the day his "legs fall off".
Neil Lennon would expect Celtic to be declared champions if the season is brought to an early end due to coronavirus.
All professional and grassroots football under the jurisdiction of the Scottish FA has been suspended until further notice, in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
Celtic have agreed a five-year kit sponsorship deal with adidas, which is believed to be the biggest ever in Scottish sport.
A Leigh Griffiths hat-trick helped Celtic to a thumping 5-0 win over St Mirren at Parkhead.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon named Scottish Premiership Manager of the Month for February as Ross County striker Billy McKay scoops the Player of the Month accolade.
Aberdeen came from behind to beat 10-man Hibernian, while Celtic thrashed St Mirren in the Scottish Premiership.
A late Tom Rogic equaliser ensured Celtic took advantage of Rangers' defeat with a 2-2 draw at Livingston, taking them 13 points clear.
The SPFL and the Scottish FA have suspended pre and post match handshakes in matches until further notice as a coronavirus precaution.
Aberdeen battled back from two goals down to claim an entertaining 2-2 draw with Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon believes social media has made playing and managing even more pressurised.
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