Some Canberra sports have gone into lockdown this weekend after the federal government's advice to cancel gatherings of 500 people or more.
Here's a list of which events are cancelled and which are going ahead.
The Brumbies will play against the NSW Waratahs at Canberra Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Government officials are urging anyone feeling unwell to stay at home, but want others to attend.
It could be the last live sporting event with a crowd in Australia this year as national sports go into lockdown.
The Super Rugby season will be suspended after the Australian derby match. That decision will be in place for at least two weeks.
Some Canberra amateur clubs cancelled pre-season trial matches on the weekend, but there has been no decision made about whether the regular season will proceed as normal.
The Raiders played their season-opener in front of more than 10,000 fans in Canberra on Friday night.
The NRL is proceeding with games in round two, but they will be played at empty stadiums as per government advice.
The Raiders were scheduled to play in New Zealand next weekend, but that match has been moved to the Gold Coast after the New Zealand government implemented a 14-day quarantine period for anyone travelling to the country.
The NRL is hopeful the season will continue, but says it could be forced to suspend the competition.
GWS GIANTS IN CANBERRA
The Giants are scheduled to play at Manuka Oval on April 3. Whether that match goes ahead in Canberra is yet to be determined.
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The AFL has also banned crowds indefinitely, starting with the AFLW and moving into the start of the men's season this weekend.
The Giants were to play the Western Bulldogs in Canberra in round three.
But given spectators won't be able to attend, there are questions about whether it should go ahead in the capital given the costs of moving broadcast equipment to the city. There would also be no economic benefit for the ACT.
Any decision about the match being played in Canberra will be made as the AFL gives more advice about its coronavirus response.
Basketball ACT initially banned huddles and handshakes to minimise risks. Less than 24 hours later they cancelled all competitions over the weekend.
The situation will be reassessed on Monday. Chief executive David Simpson said: "BACT has the health and well-being of all its basketball family in mind when making this decision, and we appreciate your patience and understanding during this period."
NATIONAL CAPITAL RALLY
Rally officials cancelled the Canberra event on Sunday, but will consider rescheduling it for July.
The National Capital Rally was scheduled to take place next weekend in the Tidbinbilla and Kowen Forests of Canberra.
Motorsport Australia, Events ACT and Australian Rally Championship staff had originally planned to meet on Monday to discuss whether the race would proceed, or if they would have to ban spectators from attending the two-day event.
Event director Adrian Dudok raised concerns about delaying the decision given crews would be traveling from all corners of the country to attend.
SPORTS COME TO THE AIS
The AIS could be revived as an athlete hub and provide a coronavirus escape for those trying to qualify for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
It has been revealed Swimming Australia and Athletics Australia have spoken to the AIS about relocating athletes to the Canberra campus.
News of their requests come just weeks after sports and Olympic officials launched an attack on the institute for its lack of athletes using the facilities.
The AIS says it will segregate high-performance athletes and staff from the public to minimise the risk.
That could involve the dining hall being used exclusively for athletes, as well as the pool and the athletics track, which has just undergone a $2 million refurbishment.
TENNIS ACT CANCELS EVENT
Tennis ACT has been forced to cancel its two claycourt internationals. They have also postponed the Canberra Tennis League and several competitions will not be played until further notice.
It follows the ATP and ITF's decisions to suspend tournaments for six weeks.
SUNDAY SOCCER LEAGUE
Canberra's Sunday Soccer League has cancelled the remaining two rounds of its mixed seven-a-side competition.
"The league is doing its part to help minimise transmission of coronavirus by ending the season early. The final two rounds have been cancelled," a statement on the website said.
Capital Football was supposed to start pre-season competitions next weekend, but that schedule could change.
ACT LITTLE ATHLETICS
The Little Athletics ACT board sent a message to members notifying them of the cancellation of the ACT championships.
"We have carefully reviewed the rapidly unfolding coronavirus situation in Australia and have been advised by Little Athletics Australia that no little athletics meets are to go ahead this Saturday and Sunday," the statement said.
"The competition that was held tonight went ahead with the full advice of local health and government authorities. There are other States that have also taken the same precaution in cancelling or postponing their championships."
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