All Londoners are now being asked to wear a face covering where they can’t keep a safe distance (2 metres) from others.
From Monday 15 June, the government has made it mandatory for passengers on public transport in England to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth for the entirety of any journeys made. This includes travel on both TfL and non-TfL networks.
A face covering is not the same as a medical face mask. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and medical face masks are used in very specific circumstances, like health and care settings.
A face covering isn't a substitute for staying at home, washing hands frequently (for at least 20 seconds) and keeping at least 2 metres apart.
It is very important to note, this does not mean lockdown is over or that you can leave your home for non-essential journeys.