COVID-19 in Haringey
- Haringey COVID-19 stats for the last 7 days (up to 10 September 2021)
- COVID-19 data for Haringey (live)
- Key messages from Haringey's Director of Public Health
- COVID-19 variants in Haringey
- Useful external links to GOV.UK
Up to 10 September 2021
Haringey population: 269,221
- 560 new COVID cases (-34 from the previous week)
- 4.4% of tests show a positive result (no change from the previous week)
- 169,900 people have had at least 1 vaccine dose (+508 from the previous week)
- 150,459 people have had both vaccine doses (+2,153 from the previous week)
COVID-19 data for Haringey (live)
COVID-19 cases in Haringey (daily)
COVID-19 deaths in Haringey (weekly)
COVID-19 vaccinations in Haringey
See the latest local figures on:
- daily new cases
- total number of cases registered since the pandemic started
View new cases on a map
To see the locations of recent cases in the borough on a map, broken down into local areas, click on the link below and search by postcode:
- Free COVID-19 testing in Haringey
- Haringey COVID-19 briefing (PDF, 360KB)
- London COVID-19 summary (external link)
- UK COVID- 19 summary (external link)
- Testing in the UK - daily and cumulative figures (external link)
- Case rates are starting to decrease in Haringey and are reflecting the trend in London and England. Hospital admissions remain low. There was a slight increase in COVID-19-related deaths in July which we are monitoring closely.
- England entered Step 4 of the government roadmap (external link) on 19 July and this resulted in the removal of most legal COVID-19 related restrictions.
- Although cases have started to decline over the past few weeks, we have to maintain caution and continue to follow the current guidance (external link). It is still better to meet outside where you can, wear a face covering in crowded places and maintain social distancing where possible.
- So far over 47 million people in the UK have been vaccinated against COVID-19 (external link). The vaccine is safe and effective and is a key tool in our fight against the pandemic. Getting the vaccine helps to protect yourselves and others from serious COVID-19 infection.
- However, until we understand the full impact of the vaccine, everyone (including those vaccinated) should continue to follow the guidance on social distancing.
- The NHS is contacting those eligible for vaccination and have advised anyone aged over 18 without an invitation to get vaccinated. Visit the NHS website to book a vaccination appointment (external link). In addition to booking online, there are numerous pop-up vaccination sites in Haringey where you can walk in and get vaccinated. More information can be found on our COVID-19 vaccinations page.
- The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) advised that children aged 12 to 15 years with specific underlying medical conditions are now eligible for the vaccination. They have also advised that all 16- and 17-year-olds are eligible to have their first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
- For more information on the vaccines, please visit the NHS website (external link).
- Even if you have been fully vaccinated, it is still important to undertake regular asymptomatic testing. This is because despite being vaccinated you may still carry the virus.
- We now have one testing site in Haringey where those without symptoms can get a rapid (lateral flow) test. This is because around 1 in 3 people do not show symptoms of coronavirus, but they risk passing it on to others. It is a free walk-in service so you do not need to book, and you will get the results within a few hours. There are also many places throughout the borough where you can pick up test kits.
- For more information please visit the COVID-19 testing in Haringey page. The site is not for people who have any symptoms of COVID-19. If you have symptoms you should book a test via phone calling 119 or online: Get a free NHS test (external link).
- The UK Government website has a national dashboard (external link) that is updated daily with information on COVID-19, including data on cases, hospital admissions and deaths by area.
See COVID variants in Haringey for more details on the surge testing for the South African and Brazilian variants.
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