COVID-19 in Haringey
- Daily and cumulative cases in Haringey (live)
- Figures for Haringey - 21 to 27 May 2021
- Total cases and deaths
- COVID-19 variants in Haringey
- Useful external links to GOV.UK
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
- London COVID-19 summary (external link)
- UK COVID- 19 summary (external link)
- Testing in the UK - daily and cumulative figures (external link)
Please note that these figures are updated on a fortnightly basis - usually late on Wednesdays/early on Thursdays.
Last updated: 3 June 2021, 9.30am.
21 to 27 May 2021
- New cases: 54
- 7-day rate per 100,000 population: 20.1 (increasing from previous week)
- 7-day positivity (%): 0.7 (stable)
- Vaccinations: 192,367 residents have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine (out of Haringey's 269,757 residents).
For more detailed data, see our Haringey COVID-19 briefing (PDF, 360KB).
- Case rates remain low in Haringey
- However, we are still seeing cases in our community, so we urge our residents to follow the current guidance (external link).
- Hospital admissions and deaths from COVID are also falling significantly and remain low.
- So far over 39 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) must continue to follow the guidance on social distancing.
- On Monday 17 May we entered Stage 3 of the government’s roadmap to easing lockdown (external link). You can now meet up to 30 people outdoors, outdoor cinemas and theatres are now open, indoor hospitality, and the rest of the accommodation sector are also open. Indoors, the rule of 6 or two households still applies. Up to 30 people can now attend weddings, funerals, wakes, christenings and bar mitzvahs. Certain larger performances and sporting events are also permitted. Even though the world is beginning to open up, it is crucial to remain cautious, adhere to hygiene rules and social distancing measures. As long as cases remain low, and the vaccination programme continues to be successful. the next stage of easing of restrictions will be on 21 June.
- There are 3 slightly different new variants first identified in the Indian subcontinent. Of those, the variant Indian VoC (B1.617.2) is of the most concern, because early evidence suggests that it is more transmissible than the prevailing UK variant. Early data suggests that current vaccines will be effective against this variant. A number of cases of this variant have been identified across London. Haringey is not yet an area of particular concern with this variant and rates are highest in some other parts of London. We have to prepare for local clusters and encourage all residents to take a cautious approach to indoor social interaction.
- The government is now in the process of accelerating the vaccination programme. This means for those over 50s and those at clinical risk, second vaccinations are being brought forward from 12 weeks to 8 weeks after the first vaccination.
- The NHS are contacting those eligible for vaccination and have advised anyone aged over 30 without an invitation to get vaccinated. Visit the NHS website to book a vaccination appointment (external link).
- We now have 3 testing sites in Haringey where those without symptoms can get a rapid (lateral flow) test. This is because around one in three 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. You can also pick up a set of test kits for use at home from one of these sites. For more information please visit the COVID-19 testing in Haringey page. The sites are 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).
- Please continue to follow these key behaviours to reduce the risk of catching or passing on the virus:
- HANDS - wash your hands regularly and for 20 seconds.
- FACE - wear a face covering in indoor settings where social distancing may be difficult, and where you will come into contact with people you do not normally meet.
- SPACE - stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with where possible, or 1 metre with extra precautions in place (such as wearing face coverings or increasing ventilation indoors).
- If you have symptoms of cough, fever or loss of smell or taste – do not go into school or work, get tested either via the NHS website (external link) or by calling 119, and isolate with your household (external link) until you know the results of your test.
- If you have been told to self-isolate, you MUST stay at home for 10 days.
- The official UK Government website has a national dashboard (external link) which is updated daily with information on COVID-19, including data on cases, hospital admissions and deaths by area.
- Cases - 21,079 people have tested positive for coronavirus (11 March 2020 - 2 June 2021).
- Deaths - 513 coronavirus-related deaths have been registered to 21 May 2021.
See COVID variants in Haringey for more details on the surge testing for the South African and Brazilian variants.
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