The ACT has gone three days without a new case of coronavirus, health authorities have confirmed.
ACT Health says there have not been any new cases of the virus in the capital since Monday, after another 24 hours without a positive test.
The number of cases diagnosed still stands at 107, with 103 of them having recovered from the virus.
The death toll remains at three.
There is just one active case of COVID-19 in Canberra, a woman in her 20s who acquired the virus overseas, however authorities have said there was little risk of infection to the broader community.
Nearly 400 negative tests were conducted in the past day alone, taking the total to more than 10,300.
The ACT's chief health officer Dr Kerryn Coleman said while there had been a decline in the number of new cases in recent weeks, restrictions on hospital visitors remained in place across Canberra.
The restrictions apply at Canberra Hospital, Calvary public and private hospitals, National Capital Hospital, the University of Canberra Hospital and community health centres.
"We are in a very strong position in the ACT, but Canberra's hospitals would like to remind people of the restrictions they have in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19 among staff, patients, their friends and relatives," Dr Coleman said.
"We know that hospitals can be potential transmission hubs with a population that is already compromised by episodic and chronic health issues."
The restrictions include limiting visitor numbers to one visitor per patient per day.
Visitors have been urged not to bring children to hospitals when visiting patients.
However, children who are still well are still able to visit a parent or sibling while accompanied by an adult.
"This policy will be applied with compassion and common sense," Dr Coleman said.
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