More parts of Enfield and Haringey saw Covid-19 cases of around zero as the Government started to lift lockdown restrictions.

There were 22 parts of Enfield and 26 regions of Haringey with fewer than three cases of the virus in the seven days to March 10, according to the latest official data.

That compares to 15 parts of Enfield and 23 parts of Haringey with near-zero cases in the seven days to March 3.

The latest figures show the infection rate fell by 27 per cent in Enfield, to 27 new Covid cases per 100,000 people, but remained unchanged at 29 new cases per 100,000 people in Haringey.

Areas of Enfield with fewer than three cases of the virus in the seven days to March 10 were:

  • Bowes
  • Broomfield Park
  • New Southgate and Arnos Grove
  • Southgate
  • Cockfosters and Hadley Wood
  • World’s End
  • Oakwood Park and Highlands
  • Winchmore Hill
  • Grange Park
  • Chase Farm and the Ridgeway
  • Chase Side
  • Enfield Town North
  • Enfield Town South and Bush Hill Park
  • Bury Street West and Village Road
  • Southbury West
  • Ponders End South
  • Brimsdown and Ponders End
  • Brimsdown Avenue
  • Edmonton Green
  • Upper Edmonton East and Meridian Water
  • Haslebury South
  • Tatem Park

The worst-hit part of the borough was Southbury East, with eight new cases of the virus.

The parts of Haringey that recorded fewer than three Covid-19 cases were:

  • Wood Green 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
  • Hornsey East
  • Stroud Green
  • Harringay Ladder South
  • Harringay Warehouse District and Vartry
  • South Tottenham
  • Tottenham Green East
  • West Green and St Ann’s
  • Bruce Grove North
  • Bruce Grove South
  • Lordship Lane and Broadwater Farm
  • Downhills Park
  • Noel Park
  • Northumberland Park
  • White Hart Lane

The worst-affected part of the borough was Roundway, with ten new cases of the virus.

Schools opened their doors to all pupils on March 8 in the first stage of the Government’s “roadmap” out of lockdown. Prime Minister Boris Johnson last week warned this could have an impact on the spread of the virus.

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.