Sydney’s Royal Easter Show has been cancelled amid coronavirus fears.
A press conference is being held at 5pm to make the announcement official.
Organisers are reportedly “heartbroken” over the decision.
The show is attended by nearly 100,000 people.
It comes after Australian Government this afternoon announced that they were warning against any events of more than 500 people.
The show was to be held from April 3 to April 14.
Meanwhile, the Sydney Writers Festival – which launched its program just last night – has now suspended ticket sales.
In a statement, festival boss Chrissy Sharp said the move was based on advice from Chief Medical Officer Professor Brendan Murphy.
NSW had its biggest jump in coronavirus cases today, with the total now standing at 92.
More to come …