Also on Tuesday, the High Court of Australia announced it would not be sitting in Canberra or on circuit for all of April, May, and June. The Court will continue working however, and plans to reexamine its decision in June.
"The Court will continue to deal with special leave applications including hearings as necessary at individual registries and will hear any urgent matters that may arise by video link between registries and Canberra," it said.
Australian Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton announced on Twitter on Tuesday that he was discharged from hospital after testing positive for coronavirus on Friday.
As of the time of writing, Australia has 375 confirmed cases, 27 have recovered, and 5 people have died from the virus.