The ACT would move "in concert" with NSW in trialing relaxing social distancing restrictions in line with health advice.
Chief Minister Andrew Barr said he would be "surprised" if restrictions were eased in April but the current measures will be reviewed at the end of the month.
He said any changes to social distancing measures would be in line with advice from the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee but the ACT would move "in concert and in discussion" with NSW.
"They may adopt different approaches within their state depending on particular regions for example, and so we could be part of a discussion with them about the broader Canberra region," Mr Barr said.
The ACT currently has 103 total cases of COVID-19 with 73, almost three-quarters of the total, recovered.
Mr Barr said low numbers in recent days were looking in the "rear-vision mirror" of measures put in place two weeks ago.
"We need to keep up this effort," he said.
"It's buying us time to get more equipment into the country to support the scaling up of our health system."
"It's buying us time to work with the community around better ways to educate and engage more people.
"I think most people understand now, it's hard to imagine you would pack up your caravan and go interstate unless you had no idea what's going on in the world around you."
"It can take a while for information to filter though to every part of the community."
The bridge to bridge walk at Lake Burley Griffin and IKEA were popular destinations over the long weekend, but Mr Barr warned the community large crowds would undo work done in recent weeks.
"You defeat the purpose of physical distancing if you are all crammed together, going over one of the bridges ... think about when you go, and try and stay a couple of metres apart," he said.
"People seem to have a love of flat pack furniture shopping. That shop will be there for days and weeks and months ahead, think about when you go and when you might need to go."
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