The ACT has gone another day with no active COVID-19 cases as more than 16,000 people have been tested. 190 test results were received in the past 24 hours pushing the territory's total negative tests to 16,089.
There have been no active coronavirus cases detected in the ACT in 22 days.
There have been 107 cases in the ACT. 104 people have recovered and, sadly, three people have died.
ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr will today announce further easing of restrictions as the territory enters stage two of relaxations.
The changes could mean groups of up to 20 are allowed to gather and several non-essential businesses could open their doors, such as galleries and beauty salons.
It is expected the announcement will also include increased limits on patrons in restaurants and cafes, possibly allowing 20 people per enclosed space or 50 across a whole business.
ACT Health has warned the community not to be complacent.
The community are reminded to maintain physical distancing by staying 1.5m apart from others, practise good hand hygiene and get tested for COVID-19 if you have symptoms.