Children returned to the classroom on Monday, after weeks of learning from home.
The territory's daily case numbers dropped into the single digits for the first time in more than a month on Sunday.
Nine cases of the virus were reported, though testing numbers have also dropped.
The latest figures have 20 people in hospital with the virus, 11 of them in intensive care and four requiring ventilation.
Vaccination coverage has reached 87.3 per cent of the eligible population with two doses.
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