People across the A.C.T. who test positive for Covid-19 no longer have to isolate.
Until now, people who were diagnosed with Covid were forced to quarantine for between 5 to 7 days.
That measure comes to an end as of today.
It’s part of a push by State and Territory leaders to lift various restrictions imposed during the pandemic.
But as compulsory isolation comes to an end, so to does to the 540-dollar Covid payment, which was given to people who didn’t have any sick leave.
The only A.C.T. workers who will continue to face restrictions, and receive some compensation, are those that operate in high-risk settings like aged care