No new cases of coronavirus were recorded in the ACT in the 24 hours to midday on Saturday, with the territory not detecting a case for more than four weeks.
It came as wet weather forced the temporary closure of the ACT's Kambah testing site, with those looking to be tested for the virus told to go to the drive-through facility at Exhibition Park, the Garran Oval hospital site or the Weston walk-in centre.
The ACT also updated its travel advice, telling residents not to travel to Newcastle or the greater Sydney area.
The territory's deputy chief health officer, Dr Vanessa Johnston, said the advice was for the safety of the wider community.
"If you have visited locations identified by NSW Health as having cases of COVID-19, particularly around Newcastle or Greater Sydney, please follow the advice being provided by the New South Wales authorities," Dr Johnston said.
"Furthermore, if you have been contacted by NSW Health in relation to the Newcastle or any NSW cases, please make contact with ACT Health (through the COVID helpline-6207 7244) to inform us.
"We strongly advise ACT residents not to travel to Newcastle or Greater Sydney at this time unless for absolutely essential reasons.
"Before considering any travel outside the ACT, keep up to date with the latest affected areas and travel restrictions. Follow the guidance on both the ACT COVID-19 website and the COVID-19 website of the state you are travelling to."
In the past day, 506 tests were carried out for coronavirus in the ACT, bring the total number of tests carried out in the territory since the start of the pandemic to 56,610.
Three people have died from COVID-19 in the ACT, while 110 people have recovered. There are no known active cases in the territory.