The ACT has gone three weeks with no active coronavirus cases.
246 negative test results were recorded in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of negative tests to almost 15,900.
ACT Chief Health Officer Dr Kerryn Coleman said more than 750 test results had been received since Friday.
"This is extremely pleasing and I encourage Canberrans to keep up the great work. Testing remains the best way for us to know if COVID-19 is active in the community," she said.
The ACT has had 107 COVID-19 cases. 104 of those have recovered and, sadly, three people have died.
NSW has recorded three new cases today and Victoria recorded two.
It comes as restrictions are set to ease across much of the country by the end of the week.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced on Friday non-essential regional travel would be allowed from Monday and up to 50 patrons would be allowed in restaurants, pubs and cafes.
The ACT is planning to move to stage two of eased restrictions on Saturday. Stage two could mean gatherings of groups up to 20 would be allowed and some businesses including cinemas, galleries and beauty salons may be able to reopen.
However, Chief Minister Andrew Barr wouldn't speculate on whether the ACT would move in step with NSW in its 50 patrons rule.
Victoria has also announced stage two easing of rules will come into effect on Sunday.
Dr Coleman reminded people to get tested if you feel unwell by either contacting your doctor or attending a testing site.
"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."
"Remember, we all have a personal responsibility to keep our community safe. What we do now will help keep the ACT free of COVID-19."