Herald readers will notice our usual page 2 feature on Wednesday, "What's on in Cootamundra and surrounds" has been supplanted by virus information.
Our town's usually chock-a-block calendar of social events has been wiped clean for the next few months at least, with all non-essential gatherings either cancelled or postponed.
The annual Sportsperson of the Year Dinner planned for May 9 and the annual Cootamundra Business Awards in August are among the many casualties.
The Cootamundra Sports Foundation dinner will announce award winners for their sporting performances in 2019 "at some stage", with a public presentation to be held later in the year.
Nominations for 2019 awards are still being taken and close on April 9, with nomination forms for both individuals and teams found on the CSF website.
The Cootamundra Business Awards, organised by the Cootamundra Development Corporation (CDC) and due to be held on June 20, will now be held at a date in October, depending on how things pan out.
The National Electric Flight Rally, which was to be held at the Cootamundra's State Model Flying Field from 10-13 April (Easter) has been cancelled.
Another Easter event now postponed is the Samba Dance Party slated for Hoskins Street Wallendbeen on Saturday April 11, hopefully to be held in October.
The Arts Centre Cootamundra (TACC) auditions and rehearsals for an intended dramatic production "Pull the Other One" by Norman Robbins are cancelled.
All TACC cinema shows have been off since last weekend, but TACC is hopes Unfinished Objects event can go virtual.
The Cootamundra Concert Band has suspended rehearsals, as has the Sing Australia Choir.
The Murrumbidgee Local Health District advised on Monday of one virus infection, near the Victorian border, and reported yesterday there have been no more.