How far can I travel during lockdown? UK coronavirus rules around travelling explained

People should use delivery services where they can - One form of exercise per day, either alone or with people you live with - For a medical need, such as a doctor or hospital visit, or to take care of the vulnerable - To go to work, but only if this cannot be done from home Leaving your home once per day for exercise should ideally be done close to where you live if possible, but official police guidance does permit travelling by car for your daily exercise. Guidance from the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) states that it is permissible to drive to the countryside for walking, providing the driving distance is kept as short as possible, and the time spent in the car does not exceed the time spent exercising. Police Scotland advise staying local and make use of open spaces close to your home where possible to exercise, avoiding all unnecessary travel. However, there is recognition that people with specific health or mobility issues may need to travel further than the area around their home to be able to exercise. The following reasons are not considered acceptable to be travelling: - Meeting or visiting family members or friends who do not live in your home - Shopping, except for essential reasons, such as for food and medicine - Travel to second homes, camp sites, caravan parks or similar. The Home Office said: “If an individual continues to refuse to comply, they will be acting unlawfully, and the police may arrest them where deemed proportionate and necessary.