A new case of COVID-19 has been recorded in the ACT - just the second new diagnosis in the territory in the past 11 days.
The new case is a man in his 60s, but it is not known how he acquired the virus.
ACT chief health officer Dr Kerryn Coleman said this was because health services were only made aware of the case on Friday morning.
Despite this, she said there was an "overseas links" to the case and it was likely the man acquired the disease outside of Canberra.
"What I can tell you at the moment is that early indications this individual has had very minimal contact with people from outside his immediate household," Dr Coleman said.
"At this time we do not believe there is any risk to the broader community. We are very confident this individual has acquired the virus outside of Canberra but it is a really complicated case and we are still trying to understand and determine some of the details."
Education Minister Yvette Berry let slip the news during a press conference called to clarify the government's plans to proceed with remote learning at public schools at the start of Term 2.
The new case has taken the ACT's tally to 105.
As of Friday, 97 cases have recovered from coronavirus in the ACT while three people have died.
There are now no more cases of coronavirus in Canberra hospitals.
Heath officials say there are now just five active cases of coronavirus in Canberra, including the new case recorded.
All active cases are in self-isolation at home.
There have now been more than 7300 negative tests recorded.
ACT health authorities are hopeful a two-week COVID-19 testing blitz will show there are no undetected traces of the virus in Canberra, as the government looks to start easing restrictions.
The ACT government is making testing available to anyone who has coronavirus symptoms from Friday until May 8.
Dr Coleman said new cases of coronavirus in Canberra were expected.
"As we have been saying, this pandemic is not over," she said.
We are still in a very good position in here in the ACT as this is only our third confirmed case in the past two weeks.
"This latest case is good reminder of why we have physical distancing rules in place. I ask all Canberrans to continue to comply with the directions that are in place to protect our whole community."
On Friday, ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr provided some insight into the economic impact of the coronavirus on Canberrans.
Mr Barr said more than 2100 Canberrans had applied for 150 jobs in the territory's public service. The jobs were advertised on Monday and form part of a government fund, which will see temporary employment positions created for workers affected by COVID-19.
One-in-three Canberra businesses had also applied for the JobKeeper payment, Mr Barr said.
"That gives you a sense of the impact on our local economy," he said.
"That impact is being most felt particularly in industry sectors like tourism and hospitality... and is particularly impacting on young people."