It's been a rough start for the new owners of the Curlewis pub.
Matt White and Erin Van Beeck only opened the doors of the Commercial Hotel again a fortnight ago and already they have been forced to shut them because of new mandates from the federal government announced on Monday.
"It's very overwhelming but what do you do?" Ms Van Beeck said.
"Everyone's on standby."
The changes won't stop the couple in their tracks, though - they are still cooking up a storm in the kitchen by night and selling bistro meals, pizza and takeaway.
"We're doing takeaway meals, so family meals as well. The bistro will be open but you can't eat in. We're offering delivery to the surrounding area," Ms Van Beeck said.
"We're doing what we can do ... we hope things changes sooner rather than later."
Ms Van Beeck has found a cook to train up to replace her when she has a baby in June, but that will have to wait until the pub can reopen.
Around the corner at the general store, Wayne McDonald said it was business as usual - takeaway orders are still coming in and the post office is operating within.
"There's not much you can because people have got to walk past everything to get to the post office," he said.
"If someone gets sick, we will have to revise what we do."
Mr McDonald said the store needed to stay open "to survive" and if it was forced to shut in the future, it may be a death toll.
"If we had to shut for an extended period, it would probably be the end of the shop out here," he said.
In the meantime, regular cleaning is a top priority but they've already run out of Glen 20.
"We just can't get it at supermarkets. It's crazy the stuff you can't get," Mr McDonald said.
However, supplies of basic groceries like milk and bread are still available for now.