ACT health authorities have urged Canberrans to still be vigilant this weekend, despite some coronavirus restrictions easing.
It comes as the ACT went another 24 hours without a new case of coronavirus, leaving the total number of confirmed cases at 107.
Canberra has gone 11 days without a new confirmed case of COVID-19.
More than 400 negative tests were recorded in the past 24 hours alone, taking the total number of negative tests carried out to almost 13,400.
The ACT remains the only state or territory in the country with no known active cases of coronavirus.
As the number of cases across the country declines, some restrictions have been lifted.
From Saturday, restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs will be allowed to reopen but with a maximum of 10 customers.
Parks, reserves, playgrounds and dog parks will also reopen to the public with the exception of those in bushfire-affected areas such as Namadgi National Park.
Community sport training can also take place from this weekend, but with the 10-person limit in place.
While restrictions have been rolled back, the ACT's chief health officer Dr Kerryn Coleman said social distancing measures still needed to be followed.
"Just because restrictions have eased, it doesn't mean our responsibilities have," she said.
"As a community, we must adjust to the new way of life where physical distancing and good hygiene is the best way to fight this virus.
"We've seen examples overseas where a lapse in concentration has led to a resurgence in cases and this is why we are taking a controlled and strategic approach to the easing of restrictions, in line with the best medical advice."
Canberrans with any cold or flu-like symptoms have been urged to get tested for coronavirus at either the Weston Creek walk-in centre or the drive-thru testing clinic at EPIC.