Guernsey has become the first place in the British Isles to have no active cases of coronavirus.
It is the first time there have been no recorded cases since the virus reached the island's shores on 9 March.
It has now been 27 days since a new case of the virus was identified.
However, Dr Nicola Brink, Director of Public Health, says islanders must not be complacent, as it is likely that more cases will be identified as the island moves into the next phase of its lockdown.
On social media, The States of Guernsey heralded it as a 'milestone'.
WATCH: People in Guernsey react to the news that there are currently no known active cases on the island.
Deputy Gavin St Pier, the island's Chief Minister, said it was 'good news' but urged people to be responsible and maintain social distancing.
On Twitter, the Chief Minister also said that the emergence of new cases should not be 'regarded as a failure', but should be seen as evidence that the States' 'test, track and quarantine’ strategy is working effectively.
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