Wagga business owners have taken up arms and are fighting back against the pervasive coronavirus threat.
One of them is Airborne Gymnastic head coach Christina Judd who comes to the gymnasium fully armed with mop, vacuum cleaner, and an intimidatingly large bottle of disinfectant spray.
"We've been vacuuming, mopping, disinfecting, trying to keep it as clean as we can - it's a difficult task," Miss Judd said.
"We're doing the best we can to make sure everyone's safe and reminding the kids of basic hygiene."
Other business owners have invented new and creative ways of running their shops in order to stave off the risk of coronavirus.
Magpies Nest Restaurant has changed their operating procedures quite a bit, opting for single-use disposable menus, eliminating cash transactions, and temperature-checking all their staff every day.
Club Lime gym has began spraying their dumbells and equipment every morning with a new disinfectant solution as well as cleaning the group exercise rooms between every class.
The Haven aged care communication specialist Louise Carson said they were cutting down their residents' exposure to large crowds and making sure visitors took the proper precautions.
"The health and safety of our residents and staff remains our highest priority," she said.
"We would remind visitors that if they feel unwell or have any flu-like or respiratory symptoms, to please refrain from visiting our Home. When visiting is a necessity, then strict hygiene protocols are required."
Those suffering acute, cold, flu-like symptoms who have recently returned from travelling or are a contact of a confirmed case are urged to be tested for the virus. To do this, call HealthDirect on 1800 0222 222 to be triaged and advised by a nurse over the phone. Alternatively, contact your GP to book an appointment and let them know in advance if you have symptoms - these might include fever, cough, runny nose or shortness of breath.