LATEST ON CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE
* Public health emergencies declared in Queensland, Victoria, ACT and South Australia.
* Tasmania will require arrivals to complete a passenger arrival card.
* People and businesses in NSW could face jail time and fines of up to $11,000 if they fail to comply with mass gathering bans.
* In Queensland there are fines of up to $13,000 for people failing to self-isolate for 14 days after entering Australia
* Fines of up to $20,000 for failing to self-isolate in Victoria
* State RSL branches are cancelling Anzac Day events
* Travel bans on all visitors from China, Iran, South Korea and Italy.
* 14-day isolation required for all international arrivals to Australia.
* Ban on mass gatherings of more than 500 people.
* National cabinet (prime minister and state and territory leaders) meeting regularly to discuss strategy. Due to meet again on Tuesday evening to discuss aged care and enclosed gatherings.
* Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton is in home isolation, recovering well after testing positive to coronavirus.
* Federal parliament (due to return next Monday) will sit under scaled-back arrangements to pass the virus support funding package.
* Five people have died in Australia from the disease.
* There have been 361 confirmed cases nationally.
* NSW has 171, Queensland 68, Victoria 57, South Australia 29, Western Australia 28, Tasmania six, and two in the ACT.
* Major grocery chains are providing dedicated opening hours for the elderly and disabled.
* Banks are offering help for those struggling to pay off loans.