No new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in the ACT in the past 24 hours.
Under an easing of restrictions which came into effect on the weekend in time for Mother's Day, Canberrans are now allowed to have gatherings of up to 10 people inside or outside the home.
In a fillip for the real estate industry, open homes restarted on the weekend but with a 10-person limit on viewings.
The same limit applies to weddings, excluding those conducting the ceremony.
Churches and other places of worship opened their doors on Sunday to small congregations of 10 or less. Funerals can now be held for attendees of up to 30 people.
Boot camps and physical training can take place outdoors but also with a maximum of 10 people.
The ACT's total coronavirus cases is still sitting at 107, with 104 recovered and released from self-isolation.
There are no active cases in the ACT. Three deaths have been record in the ACT as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The number of negative tests in the ACT is now 11630.
ACT Chief Health Officer Dr Kerryn Coleman reminded Canberrans that they need to be mindful that the pandemic is still ongoing and people must continue to practise good hand and respiratory hygiene, as well as maintain physical distancing requirements at all times when out in public.
Announcements relating to cafes, restaurants and other businesses are expected in the coming weeks.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison unveiled a three-stage reopening plan from coronavirus restrictions on Friday but will leave the states and territories to decide, based on their individual circumstances, the timing of the staged easing of restrictions.