While many health services have been told to close, some remain open, albeit in a very limited capacity.
General practitioners, dentists and chiropractors will continue to operate in the Wimmera under strict guidelines from their governing bodies.
Wimmera Medical Centre office manager Heather Parker said all precautions are being made.
"Like every medical centre around the country, we are screening everyone as they come in," she said.
"We are making people wait in their cars and performing as many phone consults as we can."
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Wimmera Chiropractic Centre office manager Felicity Williams said it's very difficult to maintain social distancing as a hands on business.
"We've had to make some big changes to our practice - our waiting room has been changed to limit the number of people in the clinic at any given time," she said.
"While one person is in the treatment room one, one person sits in the waiting room. As one client finishes, we move the next client into treatment room two, then we disinfect the old room.
"We have marine-grade vinyl on our massage tables that we clean with hospital-grade disinfectant."
She said all clients have accepted the change.
"Fortunately our clients want us to keep safe as much as we want them to stay safe.
"There is a real fear of the unknown at the moment, but if everyone washes their hands, maintains social distancing and stays calm, we will be ok."
Back 4 Life Wellness Centre director Bonnie Maggie said if everyone maintains calm and follows government guidelines, appointments will continue.
"We only consult for 15 minutes at a time, so contact time is very minimal," she said.
"We have made lots of changes, but we are open as normal."
"The Australian Dental Association has asked all dental clinics to follow its level 3 guidelines, which means we only deal with limited cases," she said.
"These are the extremely urgent cases, such as trauma to the front teeth, ulcers or severe swelling.
"Our dentists wear protective masks and visors, but we are not allowed to use aerosols ... this means we can only see up to four people per day.
"It is a difficult time, because we have some patients come in with several problems, but we can only deal with one issue in half an hour."
She added it was a stressful time for everyone.
"It is concerning that the cases of COVID-19 are still rising."
Unfortunately, Quinn & Co. Eyecare - formerly known as Wimmera Eyecare - will be closing its doors from 5pm on Friday after being deemed a 'non-essential' service.
"It has been a difficult time for everyone and particularly for those of us whose services may be deemed important but 'non-essential'," owner and director Naomi Wajntraub said.
"As a result of increasing measures to contain the COVID-19 virus, and in line with the Department of Health and Optometry Australia recommendations, we will be closing our practice effective COB Friday, while still making our optometrists available "on-call" for emergencies only."
The director asked for all urgent calls to be made to the practice on 03 5382 1429.
"Calls will be diverted to one of our "on-call" team members and patients will be triaged to determine the urgency of the care required.
"We are still deeply committed to optimising eye health in the community we care so much about however, we also recognise the need to do our part in this national effort."