Seven-day Covid-19 infection rates in Enfield and Haringey have dropped below 100 new cases per 100,000 people.

The infection rates in both boroughs are significantly below the UK average and lower than those in most other local authorities in London.

It came as Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled a roadmap out of lockdown in England, which could see all restrictions lifted from June 21.

Enfield, which had one of the highest rates in the country at the beginning of January, saw just 72 new cases of the virus per 100,000 people in the seven days to February 17 – a 41 per cent drop compared to the previous week.

In Haringey, the rate was 80 cases per 100,000 people during the same period – down 29 per cent on the previous week’s figure.

It compares to a UK average infection rate of 121 cases per 100,000 people.

The worst-hit part of Enfield was Enfield Wash, with 15 cases of the virus, according to a Government map of “middle layer super output areas” – parts of the borough with similar population levels.

Bowes (14 cases), Enfield Lock (13 cases) and Enfield Town South and Bush Hill Park (13) were among those with the highest case numbers.

In contrast, Lower Edmonton North, Grange Park, Haslebury South, Oakwood Park and Highlands and New Southgate and Arnos Grove all saw fewer than three Covid-19 cases.

The worst-affected part of Haringey was Harringay Ladder North, which recorded 17 new cases of the virus. Tottenham Lea Valley (15 cases) and Tottenham North West (13) also saw relatively high cases.

Alexandra Park, Muswell Hill North, Hornsey West, Crouch End East, Hornsey Vale and Harringay East all recorded fewer than three cases.

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.