For the 12th day straight there has been no new cases of coronavirus cases recorded in the ACT.
However, Canberrans are being warned the pandemic is not over.
Over the past 24 hours there were 361 test results received, according to ACT Health, all of which returned negative results. There has been 13,747 tests conducted in the ACT to date.
The ACT's total remains at 107 cases, with none active.
ACT's Acting Chief Health Officer Dr Vanessa Johnston said it was imperative everybody acted responsibly to help keep the community safe.
"That means avoiding large crowds, keeping a distance of 1.5 metres from others, maintaining good hand hygiene with everything we do, and staying at home if unwell," Dr Johnston said.
"If you're heading to the shops - know what you want, get in and buy it, and get out as soon as you can.
"If you're going out to a local restaurant or café - keep your distance when you order and wait for takeaway, and be ready to change plans if a venue is full.
"And for families heading to their local playground - ensure there are no more than 10 people in the playground area at one time, take wipes and hand sanitiser, and ensure kids wash their hands before and after playing."
As the number of cases across the country declines, some restrictions have been lifted.
From Saturday, restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs are allowed to reopen but with a maximum of 10 customers.
Parks, reserves, playgrounds and dog parks have also reopen to the public with the exception being the bushfire-affected Namadgi National Park.
Community sport training can also take place from this weekend, but with the 10-person limit in place.
Canberrans are being reminded that the best way to keep you and your family safe from COVID-19 is to stay at home as much as possible.
The four key requirements remain in place:
- Avoid large crowds - gather in groups of no more than 10 people;
- Keep 1.5 metres apart whenever possible;
- Continue good hand and respiratory hygiene; and
- Stay home if you are unwell and get tested if you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms.