Coronavirus State of Play: Your guide to what’s been cancelled

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Here’s your guide to what’s been called off, and what’s still on, as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak.

Penrith Festival: Scheduled for March 21, has now been postponed. No new date confirmed at this stage.

OZWAC Ball: Scheduled for May 9, now cancelled and will return in 2021.

Apple Stores: Stores across the country, including in Penrith, are closed until further notice.

El Jannah: Takeaway service only as of Wednesday, March 18. No in-store dining.

Penrith Easter Show: Scheduled for April 11 at Penrith Paceway. Confirmed as cancelled.

Eastern Creek Quarter: Scheduled opening for tomorrow is no longer taking place.

Saints Leagues Club: Still open, but Members Badge Draws and Meat the Butcher Raffles are off.

KFC: Drive-thru service only.

Penrith Library: Closed for everything except quick loans and returns.

Penrith Relay For Life: This year’s event on May 2-3 has been cancelled.

St Marys RSL: All upcoming school holiday events have been cancelled.

St Marys Easter Egg Hunt: April 4 event cancelled.

Fitness 4 Autism: The Luke Priddis Foundation has confirmed that the April 5 event has been postponed.

Lakeside Long Lunch: Scheduled for May 2 at the Sydney International Regatta Centre. Now moved to October.

Hawkesbury Show: Remains scheduled and going ahead from May 1-3.

The Wiggles: Shows in Penrith have been cancelled.

ANZAC Day: Dawn Service at Memory Park will not go ahead this year.

Emu Hall: Cinema Under The Stars on May 5 has been cancelled.

The Fabulous Caprettos: Performance scheduled for Panthers in May has been postponed.

Sydney Coliseum Theatre (Rooty Hill, West HQ): ‘Rolling Thunder Vietnam’ has been postponed.

Penrith RSL: Star Buffet closed until further notice. Events and activities cancelled. Bingo and Cash Housie still running but with numbers limited.

Penrith Working Truck Show: This weekend’s Truck Show has been cancelled.

Blue Mountains Theatre: All shows cancelled until June 1.

The Joan: Performances suspended until May 2020.

Penrith Regional Gallery: Main gallery remains open, smaller galleries currently closed.

Penrith Valley Regional Sports Centre: Currently closed until further notice.

Penrith Basketball Association: Games suspended until further notice.

Tru Ninja: Closed until April 1.

Penrith District Netball: Penrith Representative Carnival scheduled for March 29 has been cancelled. Officials are still planning commence the season on May 2.

NRL: Season will continue but games will be played behind closed doors for now. As it stands supporters won’t be able to attend the next game at Panthers Stadium in April.

Harness Racing: Meetings at the Penrith Paceway on Thursday nights will be conducted behind closed doors with no crowd until further notice.

Greyhounds: Race meetings at the Richmond Race Club in Londonderry will be conducted with no spectators until further notice.

A-LEAGUE: Season will continue but games will be played behind closed doors, including this week’s Sydney Derby between the Wanderers and Sydney FC.

Rowing Regatta: Rowing Australia has cancelled the Sydney International Rowing Regatta, which was due to take place at the Regatta Centre from March 23 to 29. Centenary of Women’s Rowing Dinner scheduled for March 28 in Penrith has been cancelled.

AFL: Season will continue but games will be played behind closed doors. The league has also reduced the season to 17 rounds.

Penrith Junior League: Currently postponed until the first weekend of May.

Football: All grassroots soccer has been cancelled for four weeks.

Penrith OzTag: Grand finals scheduled for this week are going ahead. Winter competition delayed until May, with specific rules to be in place around the competition to improve health and safety.

Penrith Touch Association: The competition has been stopped.

Rugby Union: Community rugby across New South Wales has been postponed until May.

XTreme Bulls Rodeo: The March 21 event has been cancelled.

F45 South Penrith: Classes going ahead, but a new schedule has been announced to ensure additional cleaning of equipment between classes.

Monkey Mania Penrith: Closed until March 28.

Woolworths: Click and collect services across Australia have been suspended. Special operating hours in place.

Coles: Click and collect services across Australia have been suspended. Special operating hours in place.

Western Weekender: Penrith office remains open. Weekly publishing schedule operating as normal.

Schools, universities and public transport will remain operating.

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