The ACT has recorded another 24 cases of COVID-19 and no deaths in the 24 hours to 8pm on Friday.
There were 19 Canberrans in hospital with the virus, including 12 in intensive care and four on a ventilator.
Saturday's update brought total cases from the ACT's latest outbreak to 1577. There were 400 cases currently active.
The territory's vaccination in its 12 and over population has edged to 85.9 per cent.
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It's a slight increase on the 13 cases reported in the 24 hours to 8pm on Thursday, when the territory also avoided another fatality.
Canberrans will be able to travel to NSW and Victoria from next month, but improvement in the Australia's two biggest states has continued for now.
Victoria uncovered another 1,750 cases on Friday, the day after Melbourne exited its sixth lockdown, from nearly 73,000 tests.
The state suffered another 9 deaths, and 23,164 cases were currently active.
There were 770 patients in hospital across Victoria, including 144 in intensive care and 90 requiring ventilation.
Canberrans will be able to travel to Victoria from November 1, as the state's vaccination rate among its 16 and over population ticked above 72 per cent.
NSW's improvement continued on Saturday, with Australia's biggest state recording just 332 locally-acquired cases. A month ago, NSW was suffering daily case numbers above 1000.
Queensland avoided a single case of community transmission overnight.
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