gbnz wrote:Have to admit I preferred several short runs out in the Dales and Lakes last year, the first being at the end of March. Presuming the enforcement of the "lockdown" regulations will dissipate during May, I'll probably have a run down the the Dales or wherever during May.
Simple reality is that other than perhaps calling ibriefly into a discount supoermarket somewhere, I shouldn't have any need to be in contact with other people. And while it'd be a nuisance getting a £30.00 fine, I'd still prefer to enjoy life rather than sit around waiting. End of the day the results are conclusive in showing that it's OAP's who are primarily affected by the virus, so it doesn't really have any relevance to me
Whilst primarily the elderly and those with pre existing health conditions are at greatest risk from this virus
1. These people's lives are no less valuable than yours.
2. It does infect and indeed kill people other than the elderly and those with existing health condition such as a number of doctors, nurses and other medical staff who have died as a result of contracting Covid 19.