Interestingly it does say, "...However, the National League, National League North and South, WSL and Women's Championship will continue towards a conclusion "as quickly as possible"."
That could be a logistical nightmare for all involved, but I did notice in the Harrogate local paper today a long article about the fact that there was a 'strong rumour' that, as Harrogate Town were second in the NL as the table stands, they would be promoted along with Barrow to League Two. Can't see that happening: so presumably 'fake news'.
Here's something to think about! From an article on the BBC Sports Page.
"No football to 2021 in the non-league?
This is a very real possibility. There has been a suggestion even clubs in the National League are thinking about this as the impact of a statement by the government's chief medical officer Chris Whitty on Wednesday, when he said "highly disruptive" social distancing would need to be in place for "really quite a long period of time", sinks in.
Lower down the pyramid the situation is stark.
Should the current limit on gatherings be extended to just a small number of people, BBC Sport has been told by one league official there would be 'no point' in matches behind closed doors.
Below the National League, where there is no TV deal, virtually all revenue comes through supporters attending matches, either by their admission money or cash spent on food and drink, programmes and even raffle tickets.
And, unlike the National League and beyond, where clubs have primacy of tenure over their stadiums, at non-league level shared facilities and rented grounds mean extending seasons is a logistical impracticality.
It leaves many leagues and clubs in limbo and wondering whether there will be any play next season at all."
If that did become the reality, it would surely see the demise of many smaller clubs on a titanic scale.