Canberra reported 15 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, with just five cases in quarantine for their entire infectious period.
Chief Minister Andrew Barr said significant changes to the public health orders wouldn't happen until everyone had the opportunity to get vaccinated.
He said a path out of lockdown would be announced next Tuesday.
The ACT's chance of coming out of lockdown next week looks increasingly unlikely as more than half of COVID-19 cases reported in the past week have spent time in the community while infectious.
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