Active number of cases drops to 30
There have been no new cases of Covid-19 for the second day in a row.
It means it's been 14 days since the last community case, completing the incubation period.
The active number of cases has now dropped to 30.
No one is being treated in hospital with the virus.
In a statement Chief Minister Howard Quayle says: “All being well, 19 April will be the twenty-first day with no unexplained cases. This would give us a high level of certainty that COVID is no longer circulating in the community.
“Unless there are events that give us significant cause for concern before then, our intention remains that we will lift all legal restrictions from 19 April."