What you need to know about sunbathing during the coronavirus lockdown
SPRING has sprung in the UK and on these increasingly warm days it’s all too tempting to spend the extra time we have on our hands sunbathing. But with the UK still battling the coronavirus p…
reminded Brits they are allowed to leave the house to exercise but sunbathing (even while following social distancing rules) is banned."Sunbathing is against the rules that have been set out for important public health reasons," told Sky News.
"I wish I didn't have to say this, but I do because the whole country wants to come through this crisis as quickly as possible and the fastest way to come through the crisis, and save lives and protect the NHS is... to follow the guidance and stay at home unless you've got one of the four reasons we've set out."
Mr Hancock said theGovernment was allowing people to exercise outsideon their own or with members of their household because of "the positive benefits to your physical and your mental health", but he flagged further restrictions if people broke the rules.
"If the result of that is that too many people go out and flout the other rules because they say 'well if I can exercise then it's fine for me to do other things' then I'm afraid we will have to take action," he said."If you don't want us to take the step to
outside the home, you have got to follow the rules."Let's not have a minority spoiling it for everybody."Latest on coronavirusBrits turn to telly classics such as Dad’s Army for comfort during lockdownPARK OUTRAGEParks must stay open 'unless it is impossible' to maintain social distancing'
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CARRIE'S AGONYBoris's pregnant fiancee can't be at at his bedside as he fights for lifeCan I be fined for sunbathing?Yes, police have the power to enforcerules by issuing fines and dispersing gatherings of people in public places.Fines for refusing to stay indoors are £60, or £30 if paid within 14 days.
If you are caught a second time you will be fined £120 and each time you do it again your fine will be doubled.If police suspect you of having coronavirus and see you outside they can force you into self isolation and people who refuse can be fined up to £1,000.
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