NHS staff based in north-west London will have use of Chelsea's Millennium Hotel free of charge for an initial two-month period.
Chelsea's billionaire owner Roman Abramovich has offered to pay for hospital staff in London to stay at a club hotel amid the coronavirus outbreak.
According to a club statement, the initiative is the idea of owner Roman Abramovich and he will be covering the costs of providing the accommodation.
But in the absence of football, the Blues are the latest club to make an offer of community support at a time of crisis.
A club statement said: "Many of the medical staff will be working long shifts and may not be able to travel home or would otherwise have to make long commutes".
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has pledged to cover the cost of using the hotel at the club's Stamford Bridge to house National Health Service (NHS) workers now battling against the coronavirus outbreak in London. "This really does help us keep services running at a time when the NHS is likely to be under enormous pressure". "No staff showing symptoms will use the hotel".
"It may also be used by staff who are not symptomatic but live with family members who have started to show symptoms", a spokeswoman said.
The Russian businessman will be covering the costs of providing the accommodation during the two-month period, and all the rooms in the Millennium Hotel could be given over for this objective.
Chelsea's Millennium Hotel at Stamford Bridge will be made available to National Health Service (NHS) workers for free during the coronavirus pandemic.
His teammate Mason Mount was reminded of his responsibilities by the club after being pictured having a kickabout in north London with West Ham's Declan Rice.