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Sadiq Khan: Face coverings will be used on public transport

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Sadiq Khan: Face coverings will be used on public transport

Sadiq Khan: Face coverings will be used on public transport

London Mayor Sadiq Khan says that following government guidance, people using public transport in London will be encouraged to wear face coverings and TfL staff will also be issued with masks.

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