“Exercise must involve some movement, but it is acceptable for a person to stop for a break in exercise,” the guidance states.
“However, a very short period of ‘exercise’ to excuse a long period of inactivity may mean that the person is not engaged in ‘exercise’ but in fact something else.”
This means driving to the countryside for a walk is permitted, provided more time is spent walking that travelling.
However, the government is advising people to remain local when exercising if they can.
Published at Thu, 30 Apr 2020 13:10:00 +0000