With the coronavirus pandemic impacting life as we know it, including social distancing and attraction closures, people are heading outdoors to parks and the countryside. People have to realise that if they head to rural areas and need assistance then this might not be forthcoming.
Breakdowns, medical attention or something more serious could hinder the emergency services and take them away from current duties. Touching parking meters, petrol pumps, door handles… the list goes on. We understand that you might get cabin fever in your homes and gardens, but if we all stopped travelling, apart from non-essential travel, then we are indirectly helping our brave emergency services and frontline staff.
More densely populated areas create more cause for concern. Think about yourselves, your family and your friends.
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