Covid-19

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Walking from Home Walks

 A possible 'Walking from Home' walk

We have highlighted suitable short walks you can do from where you live.

Look out for the above symbol.

Official Government advice:

More details can be found on the Public Health England’s guidelines on social distancing.

  • You should wash your hands as often as possible; especially when returning to your home , and avoid touching your face (as much as possible).
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  • If you have opened / shut or touched shut a gate should definitely wash your hands when at home or even before.

Why Social Distancing?

Social distancing is important because coronavirus spreads when an infected person coughs small droplets - packed with the virus - into the air. These can be breathed in, or cause an infection if you touch a surface they have landed on.

The less time people spend together, the less chance there is of this happening.

Everyone is now being told to follow social distancing measures, especially the over-70s, pregnant women and adults normally eligible for a flu jab.

English Heritage

Check out latest update from English Heritage .

NHS Advice

People need access to countryside for their health – both mental and physical. Follow the most current NHS advice regarding health and distancing.

Dartmoor National Park

Read their advice here.

Public Health England

Currently Public Health England’s advice is: “you can go for a walk outdoors if you stay more than 2 metres from others.”