The ACT government has removed all travel requirements from Greater Melbourne as the threat of COVID-19 has lessened.
Victoria was the only state with travel requirements in place after those with Sydney were lifted last week.
There are no longer any Melbourne exposure sites on the ACT's hotspot list.
"Currently, anyone from Greater Melbourne can travel freely to the ACT," ACT Health said in a statement.
"In addition,the Greater Melbourne region is no longer considered a geographical area of risk in relation to attending high-risk settings in the ACT."
That allows staff and visitors who have been in Greater Melbourne in the past 14 days to attend those settings which include hospitals, aged care facilities and Canberra's jail.
"Staff who have been in Greater Melbourne in the past 14 days, who provide home-based aged care and disability services that involve close physical contact with clients, are also able to resume providing in-home care," ACT Health said.
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