Such a low number was associated with the "Dalton Minimum" (which has its own blog), a period of low solar activity and lower temperatures from about 1790-1830.
The big "minimum" was the Maunder Minimum, also known to historians as the Little Ice Age, roughly 1645-1715.
Since we hear more about "global warming" (a misnomer, since projected warming is not uniform), people talking about sunspots feel like an embattled minority.
I see three possible takes on this situation:
1. We are entering a solar-caused cool period, but human-caused climate change will override it.
2. There is no cool period coming. Please continue cutting carbon emissions.
3. There is a solar-caused cooling period that will override human-caused changes.
Still, inveterate moderate that I am, I keep thinking that cutting pollution and using renewable energy are Good Things regardless of what the Sun does.