Dr Hilary Jones has revealed the sort of face coverings, including homemade masks, people will need to wear when using public trasnsport.

Appearing on today's instalment of Good Morning Britain, the healthcare expert shared details of what Brits should wear on their face following the new ruling from Transport Secretary Grant Shapps.

During last night's press briefing, the Transport Secretary announced that wearing face coverings on public transport to be compulsory in England from June 15.

"People with surgical masks, which are needed on the frontline by NHS workers when they're face to face with patients who have or could have Covid-19." Dr Hilary said.

"We're not talking about those. We're not talking about people buying surgical masks."

The 66-year-old then revealed three things you can make homemade face coverings with.

"We're asking people to use face coverings - made of bandanas, made of scarves, made of other textiles - which give a little bit of extra protection." He added.

"But every extra little bit of protection is welcome."

According to the new ruling, anyone failing to wear a face covering may be refused entry to buses, metro services or trains.

Passengers also risk being fined if they do not use a face covering.