If you're thinking about using some of your new-found time at home to do a bit of spring cleaning, you may need to hold off on donating unwanted items to charity.
Wagga's op shops have closed amid the coronavirus lockdown and many are unable to accept and process new donations.
Wagga Base Hospital Auxiliary Op Shop president Rodney Parsons said the store was closed until further notice and didn't have the capacity to sort donations.
Mr Parsons said he had seen mattresses and other household items abandoned outside a different op shop, and encouraged the community to not leave items on the street.
Donations which are left outside can become contaminated and unable to be resold.
"Please save any good stuff that's saleable," Mr Parsons said.
"We'll just have to wait until we can open this up again ... but we'd appreciate that very much then, any good saleable items."
Vinnies is still accepting donations at its designated bins around Wagga, which will be sorted by its usual retail distribution team.
Vinnies regional director Renee Cooper said if the bins were full, however, people should return with their items at a later time.
"So, just wait a few days and come back and the bin should have been emptied by then," Ms Cooper said.
Ms Cooper said Vinnies was still encouraging donations, which were "needed now more than ever".
She said Vinnies would be grateful for donated goods, or money from those who were still working and had anything to spare.
"The majority of our services are still up and running ... They span everything from homelessness accommodation, we have food vans that go out ... support for people living in poverty," she said.
"We really have quite wide range of services for people experiencing hardship, so when you donate it could go to any of them."
Wagga's Red Cross op shops are closed and are not currently accepting donations.
Riding for the Disabled has had to close the doors of its op shop, along with postponing its equestrian programs, and is unable to accept donated goods.