The ECB have already ruled out any cricket being played until at least May 28.
"I'm extremely willing to help where I know it will make a difference", Morgan said.
"I'm very aware of how serious the situation is, I'm very aware that everybody will be affected from top to toe within the game and every sport, so I'm open to helping when and where I can". We appreciate this may cause some disappointment to fans that were keen to purchase tickets in the April sales window, accessing early bird prices and securing tickets to the most in-demand games.
"The hard thing that we find when we talk as players or even the European Central Bank is that we can't answer that".
It is now possible that the players will be forced to play back-to-back series once the cricket resumes.
"However I think in the coming months when things become clearer from we can start pulling in a strategy and plan and try to implement consequences if there will be and putting our input into those plans".
The series between England and Sri Lanka was supposed to be a part of the World Test Championship (WTC).
European Central Bank chief executive Tom Harrison said his organization was doing everything it can "to try and make sure that we keep the cricket network in business" during what he said was the sport's biggest crisis, at least in in the modern era.
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Morgan, who led England to their first ever World Cup win in 2019, however said that these are extraordinary times and the players would be ready to get behind any opportunity to play as much cricket as possible.
"So all of that is up in the air at the moment but every country is in the same boat". "It is at times like this when you go back to what it really important". Cricket is not at the forefront of everyone's thinking at the moment. Obviously it upsets everybody's planning but in the grand scheme of things it doesn't matter.
"It would be interesting to see how they would fit it in looking at the schedule as it right now but if it was to go ahead, we would have to be able to adapt, look at the squad sizes we take over and make sure guys weren't blown out and overworked", he added.
It cited Root, Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler, who play for England in all three formats of the worldwide game - Test, one-day and Twenty20 cricket.
With the novel virus around, it could well lead to a compressed home season in England.
"Realistically we can't think about playing, when our first game will be, or how many we will play until the situation is downgraded from a pandemic".
"Certainly, I've never experienced anything like it and I don't think anyone else has".
"Sport could play a huge role in uplifting the world and people's perspective on things", he said.