A number of underground stations are closed due to coronavirus restrictions
The number of passengers made social distancing “impossible,” according to workers’ representatives.
Transport for London is urging people to only travel if their journey is “absolutely essential”.
Train companies are running a reduced service to keep key workers moving.
A number of stations also remain closed due to coronavirus restrictions including Bow Road, Redbridge and Stepney Green.
Labour is calling on the government to impose tougher restrictions to tackle the spread of coronavirus.
The party says social distancing must now be “enforced” as a matter of urgency.
There are 2,189 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in London so far.
This includes 35 people who’ve tested positive for the virus in Barking and Dagenham, up by five from the previous day.
There were also 35 confirmed cases in Havering, again up by five, while there were 45 in Redbridge, an increase of three in the previous 24 hours.
MPs will debate a proposed emergency law later aimed at tackling the outbreak.
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