The seven-day coronavirus infection rates in Enfield and Haringey saw little change in the week after the easing of lockdown began.

Enfield recorded 29 new cases of Covid-19 per 100,000 people in the seven days to March 17 – a minor increase from 27 cases the previous week.

The rate in Haringey fell to 25 cases per 100,000 people during the same period – a 14 per cent drop.

Large parts of both boroughs saw fewer than three cases of the virus, according to a Government map of middle layer super output areas – regions with similar populations.

In Enfield, these were:

  • Bowes
  • Southgate
  • Palmers Green East
  • Winchmore Hill
  • Cockfosters and Hadley Wood
  • Chase and Crews Hill
  • World’s End
  • Grange Park
  • Chase Side
  • Carterhatch and Forty Hall
  • Bullsmoor and Freezy Water
  • Enfield Wash
  • Brimsdown Avenue
  • Southbury East
  • Southbury West
  • Enfield Town South and Bush Hill Park
  • Edmonton Green
  • Upper Edmonton West
  • Upper Edmonton East and Meridian Water

The worst-affected part of the borough in the seven days to March 17 was New Southgate and Arnos Grove, with nine new cases of the virus. Lower Edmonton South, with eight cases, was also relatively badly hit.

In Haringey, the areas with fewer than three cases were:

  • Bounds Green
  • Alexandra Park
  • Muswell Hill North
  • Fortis Green and Coldfall
  • Highgate Wood
  • Highgate East
  • Hornsey West
  • Crouch End East
  • Hornsey Vale
  • Harringay Ladder South
  • Harringay Warehouse District and Vartry
  • South Tottenham
  • Downhills Park
  • West Green and St Ann’s
  • Tottenham Green West
  • Tottenham Green East
  • Tottenham Lea Valley
  • Tottenham North West
  • Bruce Grove North
  • Bruce Grove South
  • Lordship Lane and Broadwater Farm
  • White Hart Lane
  • Tottenham Bruce Castle Park
  • Roundway
  • Wood Green North

The worst-affected areas were Stroud Green, Harringay Ladder North and Scotch Estate, each of which recorded five new cases of the virus.

The first stage of the Government’s “roadmap” out of lockdown began on March 8, when schools reopened their doors to all pupils.

The next stage of the lockdown lifting is due to take place on March 29. It will see the end of the “stay at home” rule, outdoor socialising allowed between two households following the “rule of six”, and outdoor sports facilities able to reopen.

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.