Cases of coronavirus were around zero in nearly all parts of Enfield and Haringey in the week after lockdown restrictions on socialising were eased.

The Covid-19 infection rates in both boroughs dropped to below 20 new cases per 100,000 people in the seven days to April 7.

Upper Edmonton East and Meridian Water was the worst-affected part of Enfield, with just seven cases of the virus.

Chase Farm and The Ridgeway, Carterhatch and Forty Hall and Ponders End South recorded three cases, while the rest of the borough saw fewer than three cases of the virus.

The worst-hit part of Haringey was Muswell Hill South, with four cases of Covid-19. Northumberland Park, Tottenham Lea Valley and West Green and St Ann’s saw three cases, while the rest of the borough recorded fewer than three.

Enfield’s seven-day Covid infection rate dropped by nearly 40 per cent on the previous week, to 14 cases per 100,000 people. Haringey’s plunged by 65 per cent, to 11 cases per 100,000 people.

It comes after outdoor mixing was allowed in groups of six, or a larger group of any size from up to two households (including their support bubbles), from March 29.

A further stage in the lifting of lockdown came on Monday, when pubs, hairdressers, non-essential shops and gyms were allowed to reopen – although hospitality venues can only serve people outdoors.

All adults in the UK aged over 50 have now been offered a first dose of a coronavirus vaccine, according to the Government.

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.