New lockdown restrictions should come into force in London, Sadiq Khan has said, following a meeting with officials across the capital.
The mayor of London said he had met with council leaders from all parties and public health experts to "agree a new London plan" that "includes some new restrictions".
These include limitations on the times bars and restaurants can be open – such as a 10pm curfew – the use of face masks in more settings, further restrictions on weddings and funerals, and encouraging more people to work from home, he told Sky News.
The plan is yet to be approved by the government, but local leaders have called for it to be implemented as soon as possible and the London mayor has said he will be meeting with the prime minister to discuss it tomorrow morning.
The London mayor suggested face masks could be used by all staff members and customers in hospitality under the potential restrictions.
He said the new package of measures did not include more limitations on households mixing with each other, but there could be changes to the way the rule of six works.
"What we know in London, the way it's spread in our city is different to how it's spread in other parts of the country," he said, explaining that there is less spread in inter-generational households.
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But he said London will be "learning lessons" from the North East and the North West, where additional restrictions have been imposed.
In an earlier statement, the mayor of London said "we have no choice but to look at other measures to slow the spread" because of problems with the testing system.
Mr Khan also revealed Boris Johnson is expected to announce new national rules tomorrow, and said he will be invited to a COBR meeting to discuss the plans in the morning.
It follows the London mayor calling for measures to be imposed "early" to stop coronavirus spiralling "out of control" and avoid a second national lockdown.
He previously met with council leaders and the government on Friday to consider adopting some of the types of measures already imposed in other parts of the UK.
The Labour politician added that COVID-19 was growing at an "accelerating speed" and blamed the "uncertainty" caused by lack of tests for making the situation worse.
Currently at least 13 million people in the UK are living in areas with some form of extra restrictions, with several others on the government's watchlist.