The ACT has recorded more cases of coronavirus overnight, including two that remain under investigation.
The ACT has recorded a further 15 new Covid-19 cases overnight, with 13 of them linked to known clusters or infections.
It brings the total number of infections in the outbreak to 374, with 237 of them still active, and more than 1400 self-identified close contacts.
Six people were in quarantine during their entire infectious period, while seven were in the community for part of their infectious period and two remain under investigation.
“Household contacts continues to be our majority of new cases,” chief health officer Kerryn Coleman told reporters on Sunday.
On Saturday, the ACT recorded its highest daily number of infections — a total of 32.
There are now nine people in hospital, which is down on Saturday’s figure, with just one patient on ventilation in intensive care.
Seven of the nine patients are unvaccinated, with two of them having received one dose.
“It is critical that if you have any symptoms, you come forward for testing immediately,” Chief Minister Andrew Barr said.
“Every day that you wait and see, or hope that it might just be a cold and you delay getting tested, is a risk to you, your family and the broader community.”
Of the 374 cases in the outbreak, 325 were linked in some way to known clusters, leaving 47 mystery cases.
“We’re unable to confirm how these cases acquired their infection,” Dr Coleman said.
However, 20 of them have been detected in the past few days.
“So there’s still significant hope that further investigations will be able to find a source for hopefully the majority of these 20 cases,” Dr Coleman said.
There are more than 330 exposure sites in the ACT, with the full list available here.
Mr Barr also revealed the ACT had passed 70 per cent for first doses among people aged 16 and over.
The ACT is also close to getting 50 per cent of eligible people being fully vaccinated, with that threshold expected to be passed in about one week.
More than 80 per cent of people over the age of 75 are now fully vaccinated.
Originally published as ACT records 15 new Covid-19 infections, taking outbreak total to 374