The British isles government is advising people today continue to be home and only go out if they require to fetch food items or drugs, to go to do the job if it can be vital or to work out.
Even when you go away your house, you need to practise social distancing and retain at least two metres away from other people today to defend you from catching coronavirus.
But it can be tricky to know accurately what that appears like.
The BBC’s overall health correspondent Laura Foster will help demonstrate the most effective approaches to maintain risk-free and continue to keep the suitable distance absent from other men and women.
Online video by: Laura Foster, Tobias Chapple, Terry Saunders and Alex Dackevych.