We're now a week back into baseline level COVID restrictions, and the city is getting back to normal.
The ACT Health Minister said a fluctuation in cases numbers was to be expected with restrictions being considerably eased.
"It's too early to say whether this increase is the start of a trend or if it will come back down," Rachael Stephen-Smith said.
The government has also revealed a pilot for introducing COVID-19 rapid antigen testing in Canberra schools will not go ahead this year with health authorities warning there's "not enough time" to get the complex trial up and running.
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