The seven-day coronavirus infection rates remained low in Enfield and Haringey as more lockdown restrictions were lifted.

Large parts of both boroughs continued to see close to zero cases of Covid-19 nearly a month after schools opened their doors to all pupils and days after rules on outdoor socialising were relaxed on March 29.

There were 23 new cases of Covid-19 per 100,000 people in Enfield in the week to March 31 – down from 33 the previous week.

Haringey saw a slight increase in the infection rate, from 28 to 31 new cases per 100,000 people.

Parts of Enfield with fewer than three cases of the virus were:

  • New Southgate and Arnos Grove
  • Southgate Green
  • Southgate
  • Cockfosters and Hadley Wood
  • World’s End
  • Chase Side
  • Grange Park
  • Winchmore Hill
  • Palmers Green East
  • Tatem Park
  • Bowes
  • Upper Edmonton West
  • Haslebury South
  • Haslebury North
  • Southbury West
  • Carterhatch and Forty Hall
  • Turkey Street
  • Enfield Wash
  • Brimsdown and Ponders End
  • Lower Edmonton North
  • Lower Edmonton South
  • Edmonton Green

The worst-affected area of the borough was Broomfield Park, with six cases of the virus.

Parts of Haringey with fewer than three cases were:

  • Bowes Park
  • Alexandra Park
  • Muswell Hill North
  • Fortis Green and Coldfall
  • Muswell Hill South
  • Hornsey West
  • Highgate East
  • Crouch End East
  • Hornsey Vale
  • Stroud Green
  • Harringay Warehouse District and Vartry
  • South Tottenham
  • Tottenham Green East
  • Tottenham North West
  • Northumberland Park
  • Tottenham Bruce Castle Park
  • Bruce Grove South
  • Harringay East
  • Downhills Park
  • Noel Park
  • Scotch Estate
  • Wood Green North

The worst-affected part of the borough was Roundway, with eight cases of Covid-19.

On Monday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed the next stage of the lifting of lockdown restrictions will go ahead as planned on April 12.

It will see pubs, hairdressers, non-essential shops and gyms allowed to reopen – although hospitality venues will only be able to serve people outdoors.

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.