Travel between Canberra and Victoria will once again be allowed, as travel restrictions are set to be removed later tonight.
It comes as Victoria lifted its five-day circuit-breaker lockdown.
The state was forced to shutdown after a COVID-19 cluster formed from the Holiday Inn quarantine hotel.
In response, the ACT imposed travel restrictions during the five-day lockdown.
It meant anybody who had been in Victoria and had travelled to the territory was forced to quarantine for the five days.
Those restrictions will be removed from 11.59pm tonight.
But those who have been to identified exposure sites and are in the ACT will still be required to quarantine.
These restrictions are:
- If you are an ACT resident and have visited any Tier 1 exposure sites, or have been designated as a primary close contact of a positive case, you must immediately self-isolate and get tested for COVID-19. You must complete an online declaration form as soon as possible and remain in quarantine for 14 days from the date of which you attended an exposure site. If you have visited a Tier 2 exposure site, follow the instructions for that site as advised by the Victorian government.
- If you are not an ACT resident and have visited any Tier 1 exposure sites, do not come to the ACT at this time unless ACT Health has granted you an exemption. If you have visited a Tier 2 exposure site, follow the instructions for that site as advised by the Victorian government.