As previously stated, no person should leave the home if they are exhibiting even one of the following symptoms; a dry persistent cough, a high temperature and a fever.
You will have to either exercise alone, or with other members of your household.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said this evening in a live address to the the nation "coronavirus is the biggest threat this country has faced for decades".
The Prime Minister has said that residents can leave their house to buy household necessities, but that is all.
Including to provide care or help vulnerable people.More news: Hong Kong bans non-resident arrivals over imported cases
People can travel to work, providing it is necessary to do so. "And use food delivery services where you can".
People can have company while doing this - but only if they are part of the same household.
All gatherings and social events are halted.
Shops selling non-essential goods (food, medical supplies) have been ordered to shut as of tonight with gatherings of more than two people who do not live together in public not permitted.
Funerals are still able to go ahead.More news: PM to Address Nation on Covid-19 Measures at 8pm
Parks will remain open for exercise purposes.
As a result, the new measure - effective as of now for the next three weeks - means group riding is officially banned and solo riding must now only take place for the essential means as stated above.
Johnson also warned police now have the power to issue fines and disperse gatherings "if you don't follow the rules".
Boris will continue to asses the situation and relax laws if it is possible to do so.More news: Australia's NSW at 'critical stage' in relation to coronavirus, says premier