• From moving tables apart, to limiting capacity – here’s how Melbourne businesses are adjusting amid the coronavirus outbreak.

• We’ve created a live list of the Melbourne restaurants pivoting to takeaway-only.

• Craving a croissant? You can still pick up a flaky, delicious Lune pastry to go.

Australia’s major supermarkets are making changes to cope with the effects of coronavirus.

• Something to look forward to: Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is planning a comeback in spring.

• Likewise, Good Beer Week is postponing its 10-year celebrations till later in the year.

Deliveroo is rolling out a contact-free option.

Get Belles’s famous fried chicken submerged in a steamy bowl of ramen – for one day only.

This north-side spot is doing two hours of unlimited pizza and booze on Sundays.

A new open-air Miami Vice-esque bar is serving up jalapeno-infused Margaritas, loaded fries, Cuban-style burgers in the south.

Taylors Lakes is getting a new 5000-square-metre food precinct with a dedicated cannoli shop, an American-style burger joint and a Lebanese bakery, plus a playground, a supermarket and more.

Covid-19 (coronavirus) means we’re living in unprecedented and uncertain times. Victoria has declared a state of emergency, mass public gatherings are banned and minimal social contact is recommended. If you have concerns about visiting businesses or public spaces, or questions about self-isolation or coronavirus testing, check out the latest updates from the Department of Health and Human Services.