The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) have cancelled their nation's Tokyo 2020 kit announcement due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Teaming up with Japanese sports company, ASICS, the uniform for the Olympics was set to be unveiled on March 24.
Due to health and safety concerns, it will now be posted online instead.
A digital pack will be sent to media in place of holding the physical event.
AOC chief executive officer Matt Carroll said that the organisation must adapt in the crisis, but is confident that Tokyo 2020 will still go ahead from July 24.
"We recognise that people are suffering – people are sick, people are losing jobs, businesses are struggling amid enormous community uncertainty," he said.
"Equally, the International Olympic Committee (IOC), advised by the World Health Organization, has assured us that the Olympic Games in Tokyo are proceeding in four months.
"We gain confidence from the IOC's overriding principles regarding staging the Games."
The AOC have over the past week postponed dinners to raise money for the Olympic team, as well as cancelling a trip to Tokyo.
Staff are working from home and the annual general meeting will be held online.
Australia's Chef de Mission Ian Chesterman also urged for clarity over qualification events by early April, when Federations submit their revised schedules.
"There are a number of challenges all athletes are facing between now and then, but two stand out," he said.
"First is gaining qualification for the Games with so much disruption to world sport and travel, and second is ensuring they are able to attend the Games free of coronavirus."
To date, there have been more than 220,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus with 8,987 related deaths.