ACT Policing are reminding Canberrans to not become complacent about COVID-19 safety when restrictions ease on Friday.
ACT Policing have conducted 733 quarantine checks over the last seven days. The total number of quarantine checks by ACT Policing is more than 13,500.
As restrictions ease ACT Policing will maintain proactive patrols alongside Access Canberra and ACT Health to ensure compliance with health directions.
Inspector Rachel Hutka from ACT Policing's COVID-19 Taskforce warned the Canberra community against undoing months of hard work by becoming complacent.
"When you are attending a Canberra business, please follow staff advice to help them continue to comply with the health directions. We must continue to work together for our community's safety," she said.
"School holidays continue in the ACT and while more people can come together it is vital people physically distance and follow proper hygiene practices."
From October 9, the ACT will move to stage 3, step 3.2. This will allow up to 200 people at any gathering.
Hospitality venues with total usable space between 101 and 200 square Metres can have up to 50 people excluding staff.
Cinemas can operate at up to 50 per cent capacity with a maximum of 200 people.
Large indoor seated venues such as Llewellyn Hall or Canberra Theatre can run seated events at up to 50 per cent capacity, with a maximum of 1000 people.
Meanwhile from Friday enclosed outdoor venues with permanent seating and grandstands can host ticketed events with to 50 per cent capacity, or up to 1000 people.
Canberra Stadium and Manuka Oval can also operate at 50 per cent seated capacity from Friday.