Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced new measures in Australia’s fight to stop the spread of coronavirus, but has stressed they will keep Australia running.

The Travel Advice has been upgraded for the entire world, with the Prime Minister stressing that it is important that people don’t travel over the Easter holidays.

The government said they are taking action across a broad range of issues and any decisions made could be in effect for up to six months.

This comes after all Virgin Australia flights were grounded until June.

The Prime Minister has also announced that mass gatherings of 100 people or over indoors have now been banned. It is highly recommended that people practise social distancing in everyday life of 1.5 metres.

The Prime Minister has also confirmed that schools will remain open.