As essential services remain open, new rules and measures are being put in place on almost a daily basis including at pharmacies.
Pharmacy First Mount Isa store owner Lee Holdsworth said there has been new precautions put in place as the COVID-19 virus spreads.
"We have increased our sanitation of the building, we encourage social distancing and for people to get their prescriptions from their normal pharmacy," Ms Holdsworth said.
"The pharmacy is also practising keeping staff separated and we want people to use our app so there is less paper being touched.
"Being an essential service you would think we would remain open but with all the disruptions that could change, they might reduce the number of customers or staff members."
Ms Holdsworth said currently there was no limit on how many people can be in the store.
"Thankfully there has been no panic buying here in our store so hopefully it can remain that way," she said.
"Our staff are working really hard to make sure everyone gets exactly what they need while making sure we still keep our safety measures.
"We also strongly encourage to only purchase essential goods.
If you have flu like symptoms we ask that you don't enter the building and that you remain in the car.
"If we can all look after each other and support each other things will get better."
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