The number of negative coronavirus tests in the ACT has risen to nearly 15,000.
Meanwhile, Canberra has recorded its 17th consecutive day without a new confirmed case of the virus.
There have been 107 confirmed cases in the ACT and the death toll stands at three. The other 104 people have recovered.
The ACT, Northern Territory and South Australia are the only jurisdictions in the country to have no known active cases of coronavirus.
ACT Health figures have shown there have been 14,916 negative tests, after a further 311 tests were conducted in the past 24 hours.
It comes as health authorities confirmed on Wednesday testing rates across the ACT have more than doubled in the past month, after testing criteria expanded.
On average, 270 people are tested for coronavirus in the ACT each day, compared with about 100 a day at the same time last month.
Testing has been carried out at the Weston Creek walk-in centre and the drive-thru testing clinic at EPIC.
Anyone with cold- or flu-like symptoms is able to be tested.
As Canberra extends the amount of time without a new case, coronavirus restrictions are likely to be eased further from the end of the month.
Gatherings of up to 20 people indoors and outdoors are being touted to come into effect next weekend, while also allowing cinemas and gyms to potentially reopen.
Regional travel is also allowed in NSW from June 1, meaning people are able to go on holidays in the state from that time.