Cases of Covid-19 fell to around zero in more parts of Enfield and Haringey as seven-day infection rates continued their sharp decline.

The latest information shows 15 regions of Enfield and 23 parts of Haringey where fewer than three cases of the virus were recorded in the seven days to March 3.

It came as the seven-day Covid infection rate dropped by 35 per cent in Enfield, to 37 new cases per 100,000 people, and 53 per cent in Haringey, to 29 new cases per 100,000 people.

The areas of Enfield where fewer than three cases of the virus were recorded were:

  • Broomfield Park
  • New Southgate and Arnos Grove
  • Cockfosters and Hadley Wood
  • Chase and Crews Hill
  • World’s End
  • Chase Farm and the Ridgeway
  • Chase Side
  • Carterhatch and Forty Hall
  • Brimsdown Avenue
  • Enfield Town South and Bush Hill Park
  • Grange Park
  • Winchmore Hill
  • Bury Street West and Village Road
  • Haslebury South
  • Edmonton Green

The worst-affected part of the borough was Tatem Park, with nine cases of Covid-19.

Parts of Haringey that saw fewer than three cases of Covid-19 were:

  • Northumberland Park
  • White Hart Lane
  • Bruce Grove North
  • Lordship Lane and Broadwater Farm
  • Scotch Estate
  • Noel Park
  • Wood Green South
  • Harringay Ladder North
  • Bowes Park
  • Bounds Green
  • Alexandra Park
  • Muswell Hill North
  • Muswell Hill South
  • Fortis Green and Coldfall
  • Highgate Wood
  • Highgate East
  • Crouch End West
  • Crouch End East
  • Hornsey Vale
  • Harringay Ladder North
  • Harringay Warehouse District and Vartry
  • South Tottenham
  • Tottenham Green East

The worst-hit part of the borough was Hornsey West, with seven cases of the virus.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson cautioned that the return of all pupils to schools this week will have an impact on the spread of the virus, as there will be an increased risk of transmission.

Speaking at a Downing Street press conference on Monday, Mr Johnson urged people to stay at home and continue following the guidelines designed to stop the spread of Covid-19.

“With the number of patients being admitted to hospital with Covid each day still around eight times higher than the lows of last summer, it’s more vital than ever to follow the rules,” he said.

The return to schools is the first phase of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown, which will proceed gradually and only if certain conditions are met.

The latest infection rate data is based on figures from Public Health England published on the Government’s online coronavirus dashboard. It is subject to slight variations, as the figures are continually updated.

To protect individuals’ identities, exact numbers are not provided for areas with fewer than three cases of the virus.