TRANSPORT for London (TfL) have warned people about travelling this weekend.

Lockdown measures remain in place amid the coronavirus crisis.

The warning comes as 24 degree heat is forecast over the Easter bank holiday weekend.

A spokesperson for TfL said on Twitter: "With Easter weekend approaching, and good weather predicted, remember our network is only for critical workers making absolutely essential journeys.

"Our message is simple: stay at home, don’t travel, save lives."

Piers Morgan described overcrowded Underground trains as a "death trap" on Good Morning Britain.

Interviewing Sadiq Khan, Mr Morgan showed the Mayor of London a video of a packed train at North Acton Tube station, taken on Tuesday, March 31.

The Mayor of London has also urged Londoners not to use the Underground unless essential.

Mr Khan Tweeted: "Reminder: Londoners must work from home wherever possible to protect our key workers who need to travel.

"If you have to go to work, please don’t travel at rush hour.

"We cannot run more services due to numbers of TfL staff off sick or self isolating."

Latest figures from Publish Health England show there are now 14,355 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in London - an increase of 977 on to Tuesday's update.

Across the UK, there are now 60,733 confirmed cases.

So far, 7,097 people have died in the UK.

On the same day, Sadiq Khan, revealed 14 transport workers have died after testing positive for coronavirus in London.