Another 33 new COVID-19 cases have been reported in Canberra, as the average number of cases a week has risen from 123.5 to 132.
There have now been 1038 total cases. Of those, 649 have recovered, leaving 383 active cases in the territory.
The ACT government has also announced mandatory vaccinations for some health workers, but has not made any changes to the roadmap to easing restrictions further.
The long weekend brought some of the highest daily COVID case numbers the territory has ever seen.
After a tumultuous week in politics in NSW, the territory's attention now turns to the ACT budget.
Chief Minister Andrew Barr has hinted at a "full throttle" spend from the government to assist with the COVID recovery.
The ACT government will earmark $5 billion over five years for infrastructure projects across hospitals, schools, transport and local facilities, in an effort to boost Canberra's economy as COVID-19 restrictions ease.
Today also sees year 12 students return to the classroom as the territory lockdown stretches into its eighth week.
The ACT's chief health officer Dr Kerryn Coleman has signalled changes to the contact tracing system as the territory moves towards accepting "a degree of community transmission".
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