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London empty following Covid-19 lockdown

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London empty following Covid-19 lockdown

London empty following Covid-19 lockdown

London streets are empty this morning following Prime Minister Boris Johnson's announcement last night of new restrictions on people leaving their homes.

However, some workers including those in construction have continued to attend work.

Report by Keaneyn.

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