There have been no new recorded cases of COVID-19 in the ACT for the 15th day in a row.
The milestone was recorded after health authorities confirmed yet another 24-hour period where no new positive tests were recorded.
A further 158 negative tests were carried out in Canberra in the last day, taking the total number of negative results to 14,341.
The number of total confirmed cases in the ACT still stands at 107 with the death toll at three.
Along with South Australia, the ACT is the only jurisdiction to have no known active cases of coronavirus.
Despite the long period of time between new confirmed cases of coronavirus, health authorities are still urging Canberrans to come forward for testing.
ACT chief health officer Dr Kerryn Coleman said people should still be looking out for symptoms.
"We need to remain alert to the signs of COVID-19. If you're feeling unwell, please get tested," Dr Coleman said.
"Symptoms can vary between patients. The most common symptoms can include fever, shortness of breath, sore throat and cough.
"Additionally, sudden onset of loss of smell, loss of taste, runny nose, muscle pain, joint pain, diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting or loss of appetite can also be an indicator."
Public gatherings are limited to a maximum of 10 people both indoors and outdoors.
Cafes and restaurants were opened back to the public last weekend but with a 10-person limit in effect.
The ACT government has hinted restrictions could be eased back further from May 30, allowing for people to gather in groups of 20 people.
Businesses such as gyms and cinemas would also be able to reopen under the second stage of restrictions being rolled back.
Dr Coleman said despite restrictions easing, vigilance was still essential.
"As Canberrans, we have a personal responsibility to keep our community safe. We're at a pivotal stage of this pandemic and what we do now will greatly impact how our community will be able to respond if we see more cases in the ACT," she said.
"Although restrictions have eased, our responsibilities have not.
"We're all excited to start getting back out into the community but it's important to remember that this is not over."
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