The ACT has lasted two weeks without a new confirmed case of coronavirus, health authorities say.
Figures from ACT Health have shown no new cases were recorded in the past 24 hours with the total number of cases still standing at 107.
There have now been more than 14,000 negative tests in Canberra, after a further 232 were received in the past day.
The ACT is one of only two jurisdictions in the country to have no known active cases of coronavirus, the other being South Australia, which reached the milestone last week.
The new figures come as coronavirus restrictions began to ease across the capital with some school students returning to the classroom from Monday.
Cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs were also able to reopen to customers on Saturday, but with a 10-person limit in effect.
ACT chief health officer Dr Kerryn Coleman said physical distancing was still critical when going to recently reopened locations.
"I know the community's eager to return to their favourite cafes and restaurants, but it's important to remember that this is not over," Dr Coleman said.
"This 10-person limit includes children, toddlers and infants in the total number of patrons allowed on the premises, including indoor and outdoor combined."
ACT police were called out to businesses on multiple occasions during the weekend to remind customers of the 10-person limit, with some not aware the limit also included children.
"As a community, we're adjusting to the new way of life where physical distancing, social-gathering limits and good hygiene are the new normal, and I understand this shift in mindset can take time," Dr Coleman said.
"Remember, just because restrictions have eased, it doesn't mean our responsibilities have."
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