Most of the world is self-isolating to reduce the spread of COVID-19, and we can’t even keep ourselves busy with daytime sunspot observations. The sun is completely free of any spots. Below is an image taken on April 4th.
So far this year we’ve had 70 days without sunspots, that is 74% of the days with no sunspots. We are at the lowest part of the sun cycle, however things should change soon.
Maybe by the fall we should have something a little more interesting to look at.