Staying at home doesn't mean missing out on a news source that has served Albury, Wodonga and surrounds for nearly 117 years.
Newsagents on both sides of the Murray River are still delivering The Border Mail's print edition to people's front yards six days a week.
North Albury Newsagency owners Barry and Jane Verbunt say more customers have been requesting newspaper deliveries despite, or even because of, the coronavirus restrictions.
"We've had a number of people organising it for their elderly parents so they don't have to come out," Mr Verbunt said.
"We're doing more deliveries so that people, especially the elderly, can stay home and self-isolate.
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The delivery process hadn't changed much during his 26 years at the newsagency.
A staff member starts early each day, wraps about 200 papers in plastic and delivers them around North Albury between 4.30am and 6.30am.
"It generally works pretty efficiently," Mr Verbunt said.
The shop itself tends to be busier in the mornings these days.
"People concerned about self-isolating are coming out once, they're doing the supermarket, they're doing their lotto and that sort of stuff and then they're going," he said.
There has been more interest in magazines and colouring books for adults.
"Crosswords are quite popular too and the sudokus and find-a-word, those sort of things," the owner said.
"People are looking for things to do, keeping themselves occupied."
To organise The Border Mail delivery, call circulation on (02) 6024 0568.