ACT cinemas and indoor performance venues will be able to return to 100% capacity from Wednesday 14 April.
Today, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced a two-way travel bubble will form with Australia, meaning Australians and Kiwis may travel across the ditch without mandatory hotel quarantine.
Anyone in quarantine in the ACT due to being in Greater Brisbane will receive communications from ACT Health advising them they are able to leave quarantine, subject to them having received a negative COVID-19 test.
ACT Health Minister Rachel Stephen-Smith says testing sites are trying to “staff up” in the wake of an outbreak of the UK strain in Greater Brisbane.
ACT residents who have been in Greater Brisbane since 15 March will need to enter quarantine until at least 6pm on 1 April, ACT Health Minister Rachel Stephen-Smith announced today.
ACT GPs have started vaccinating their patients against coronavirus this week – but with 100,000 Canberrans eligible, patience is necessary.
The 2021 Canberra Citizens of the Year were announced today, with the award going to all those who have enacted the ACT’s COVID-19 response.
Phase 1b will include two million people with health concerns or disabilities, and more details were released this week.
Fragments of COVID-19 detected in a wastewater (sewage) sample collected from the City Central testing location on 9 March are most likely related to known cases of COVID-19 in hotel quarantine, ACT...
The ACT Government is helping community organisations communicate better with the people they support via a $478,000 Technology Upgrade Fund.
The ACT has a new positive COVID-19 case: a teenage boy, ACT Health confirmed this afternoon, bringing the number of active cases to five.
Doctors at Canberra Health Services were given the ACT’s first AstraZeneca vaccinations at the Garran Surge Centre this morning.
ACT Health is continuing to investigate how two returned travellers in hotel quarantine in Canberra acquired COVID-19, with authorities believing they contracted the virus in transit from overseas.
The rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine in Canberra is set to begin sooner than expected and will be administered at the same location as the Pfizer jab.
Today’s stronger test results proved one man in his 40s and another younger than 20 are infected.
Two returned travellers in hotel quarantine have returned weak positive test results for COVID-19, the ACT Government has announced.
At 7.45pm today, a Government-facilitated flight from Singapore carrying between 150 to 180 passengers will be greeted by authorities.
New travel restrictions for passengers from New Zealand were announced by the ACT Government late yesterday afternoon.
The news follows public outcry about a potential 11-hour return trip for some frontline workers to access the jab.
The ACT continues to have zero active Coronavirus cases, as all bar one of 166 returned travellers from the Government-facilitated flight to Canberra on 8 February completed their mandatory 14-day hotel quarantine...