Since the pandemic began thousands of fines have been issued by police in the capital to those in breach of Covid-19 restrictions.
BBC London went on patrol with officers in Tower Hamlets in east London, which has seen some of the highest infection rates in the country, to see if people are sticking to the rules.
Arsenal defender William Saliba has signed for Nice on loan for the rest of the season.
The 19-year-old joined the Gunners from Saint-Etienne for £27m in 2019 before being loaned back to the French top-flight club.
He has yet to play for Arsenal’s first team and there is a desire for the teenager to get more game time.
The French youth international signed a five-year deal with Arsenal and his long-term future remains at the club.
Nice, who are 12th in France’s Ligue 1, will pay all of Saliba’s wages while he is on loan and the deal does not include a fee.
Arsenal technical director Edu said the club are “confident” Saliba will have a “great career” with the Gunners.
“William experienced a very challenging time last year, with his playing time limited by injury and the early ending of the Ligue 1 season due to the pandemic,” he said.
“We will be keeping in close contact with William during his time with Nice and look forward to seeing him make good progress until the end of the season.”
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Charlton Athletic have appointed Steve Gallen as their director of football.
The 46-year-old had been the club’s head of recruitment since April 2017.
“He buys into the model that we’re looking to implement. He’s knowledgeable and he’s got a great track record,” chairman Matt Southall told the club website.
“He’s shown me in the short time I’ve been here that he can deal with the agents and the clubs and this title gives him authority.”
Daryl McMahon has been appointed boss of National League side Dagenham & Redbridge, just one day after quitting as manager of Macclesfield Town.
The 36-year-old replaces ex-Crystal Palace, Brighton and Leicester boss Peter Taylor, who left on Sunday.
Daggers executive chairman Peter B Freund said McMahon was “first choice from the moment” they Taylor left.
Macclesfield responded to McMahon’s resignation by saying they are “taking advice” from the legal team.
He left Moss Rose with the Silkmen 22nd in League Two, with his tenure overshadowed by financially difficulties which led to a six-point penalty for non-payment of wages and failing to fulfil a fixture against Crewe on 7 December.
His 25-game stint in charge of Macclesfield was his first spell as boss in the English Football League, having previously managed Ebbsfleet in the National League.
“We are thrilled he has agreed to lead the Daggers moving forward and into the future,” Freund told the Dagenham website.
Taylor, who managed England in a friendly against Italy in 2000 and was twice in charge of the national under-21 side, was sacked on 29 December with the Daggers 19th in the table after losing nine of their 11 previous games.
They then held Ebbsfleet to a 1-1 draw on New Year’s Day, but slipped a further two places to 20th in the table.
McMahon said he will have to “instil confidence in the side very quickly” after the poor run.
“Looking at them in training today there are very good players. with pace energy, with quality and good leaders,” he told the club website.
“I think it is organising that and giving them confidence again.
“The club wants to get back to the Football League. The club is ambition and I’m ambitious and think we can grow together.”
McMahon will watch Saturday’s league game against Torquay from the stands before taking charge for the first time in their FA Trophy tie against Notts County on 11 January.