Koori Radio has closed its offices in Sydney after a secondee at the station tested positive for COVID-19, or Coronavirus.
Gadigal Information Service, which runs Koori Radio, said all staff who came in contact with the patient have sought medical advice.
Staff are now self-isolating until Monday and the Koori Radio offices will remain closed until then.
But the show will go on, in a social media post Koori Radio said it will still remain 'live and deadly' in the face of COVID-19.
While regular programming will be impacted, there will still be broadcasts available on Koori Radio's frequency - 93.7FM and via livestream.
Normal programming is expected to resume on Monday, March 16.