The Federal Circuit Court in Canberra was forced to adjourn on Tuesday due to concerns about a litigant's recent travel from mainland China, following the country's coronavirus outbreak.
A court spokeswoman said the presiding judge adjourned the court after learning of the travel.
The spokeswoman said there was no concern to public health.
"The court contacted the Communicable Disease Centre in the ACT and they advised that there is no further action required or public health concerns related to this matter," she said.
Those who have returned from mainland China are required to self-isolate at home for 14 days.
ACT Health said those who have been directed to self-isolate should only leave home if they have to seek medical attention.
"What we can say is that our health advice, in line with national recommendations, is that people who have been directed to be in home isolation need to remain at home, except if there is a need to seek medical attention," an ACT Health directorate spokeswoman said.
"Members of the public will be notified if there is a public health risk to them in the event of a confirmed case of coronavirus, in line with local and national protocols.
"At this time there are no confirmed cases of novel coronavirus in the ACT."
Thirty people have tested negative to the coronavirus in the ACT and there are four people currently being investigated.
It comes as Chinese authorities confirmed on Tuesday that more than 1000 people have died from the virus.