“In some cases, it may be local curfews, so you don’t drink until the wee hours of the morning.
“By limiting that, you also limit the time people spend in close contact with others. “
London recorded 278 positive cases on Tuesday.
But that number may actually be higher due to the testing shortage as the city is inundated with 150,000 test requests per week.
Mr Fenton added that Londoners could also take steps to ensure there is no second wave.
He said: “It’s phenomenal what we have done as a city in terms of responding to the national lockdown, the degree of removal we were able to achieve when the restrictions were lifted… very death and case rates. low.
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He said: “We have certainly learned the lessons from the first phase on how to create a safe transport system.”