SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 09: A list of home schooling routine is seen at Donna Eddy's home on April 09, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Massage therapist and acupuncturist Donna Eddy is able to continue running her business from home as a clinical practitioner after the Federal and State governments implemented tough restrictions and the closure of non-essential business due to COVID-19. While Donna has always maintained a strict cleaning regimen in her work space, it has now increased in response to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic with table linen changed, surfaces such as door handles wiped down and floors mopped between each patient who must wash or sanitise hands on arrival. A single mother to 8-year-old Phoenix, Donna Eddy is also juggling home schooling while running her business.  Phoenix, who is in Year Two at primary school, now has a routine where he can complete school work while his mother treats patients throughout the day, however Donna says it is still a struggle to balance her work and making sure she is available to help her son when he needs help with his online work. The Australian government introduced tough restrictions in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, closing non-essential businesses and imposing limits of peoples movement, gatherings and social distancing measures. Public gatherings are now limited to two people, while Australians must stay stay home unless absolutely necessary. New South Wales and Victoria have also enacted additional lockdown measures to allow police the power to fine people who breach the two-person outdoor gathering limit or leave their homes without a reasonable excuse. Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory have all closed their borders to non-essential travellers and international arrivals into Australia are being sent to mandatory quarantine in hotels for 14 days. (Photo by Brendon Thorne/Getty Images)