In an address to the nation, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Australia "has got ahead of this" coronavirus pandemic.
The PM says the measures being taken by the community is "saving lives and livelihoods".
The Australian Government has also announced childcare and early childcare education will be free across 13,000 centres across the country for those who need it.
A new childcare system will be introduced across the country as of Sunday night.
Prime Minister Morrison said this is "Australia's new normal" for at least the next six months.
"Stay positive Australia, stay connected and stay strong," the Prime Minister said in conclusion.
Meanwhile, what started out as a way for a sign-making company to make its own employees safer has ended up protecting frontline staff at Wollongong Hospital.
Almost two weeks ago, Signarama at Fairy Meadow decided to use their laser cutter to make perspex "sneeze guards" to protect their counter staff.
The free-standing guard sits on top of the front counter and protects staff from customers' coughs, sneezes and the like, while still being able to carry on a conversation.
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