Go for a Bike Ride!

Unless local guidelines instruct otherwise, fresh air and outdoor exercise are allowed – though it’s important to keep some distance between yourself and others.

There is better airflow outside than in confined spaces. So if you’re going out and you’re hiking or biking or running and you’re not within six feet or 10 feet of another person, I would consider that a healthy, safe practice.

Also there can be a significant mental health issue that can be caused or exacerbated when people are cooped up.

“My personal feeling is that if people are practicing sound respiratory hygiene, sound hand hygiene, they’re distancing themselves physically from others outside, and you’re exercising and walking in the park — I think that’s actually a good public health practice.” Albert Ko, Yale School of Public Health.

Thanks for your advice Laurel Wamsley and Maria Godoy