NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea warned that the department will “suffer” from coronavirus before anything gets better — as he told all non-essential civilian employees to work from home, a report said.

“We will stand with you,” Shea told the roughly 36,000 cops and 19,000 civilians who work for the NYPD in a Sunday memo, adding that many on the force could become ill and that officers should expect to work extra hours and some change in regular duties, NBC News reported.

Shea also promised to have personal protective equipment for those officers who are working “on the front lines,” according to the report.

The Commissioner’s four page memo said that there are currently 30 NYPD employees who are self-quarantined “based on consultation with the Medical Division.”

Among those who are self-quarantines are NYPD Transit Bureau Chief Edward Delatorre and a School Safety Agent in Queens who both recently tested positive for coronavirus.