The Government hasn’t exactly made it clear, but by now everyone should know about social distancing.
And yet we keep reporting on people making a complete hash of the coronavirus laws there to keep us safe.
New reports reach CoventryLive all the time about people who are gathering together – potentially putting themselves and others at risk.
And some give the most ridiculous excuses – from barbeques, to strolls, to Pokemon.
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Here is a round up of Warwickshire’s daftest Covid-19 rule-breaking excuses:
A family told police officers who challenged them for being at a park during the lockdown that they were out hunting Pokemon.
The family, who had two children, had driven to a local park in Bedworth when they were spoken to by officers.
But they were stunned when the family claimed they could be out because they were using the Pokemon Go app to hunt the digital creatures.
With the lockdown a matter of hours old, a group of over 20 people blatantly ignored government advice to stay at home as they had a barbecue in Coventry.
Police revealed the incredible turn of events happened in Foleshill and posted a photo of an overturned barbecue grill and table set up among garages.
A Warwickshire family was fined under coronavirus legislation after a 400-mile round trip for a “stroll”.
The family, who have not been identified, were among 220 people to have been fined around a Welsh seaside beauty spot.
And police have revealed when they were tracked down, the family said they were there for “a stroll on the beach” in Pembrokeshire.
It was quite the investment in time, as a round trip to that part of the UK would take more than seven hours.
The host of a lockdown rule-breaking house party who refused to break it up had a fine dished out by police.
Warwickshire Police confirmed one of the five fines it has given out to people for breaking coronavirus restrictions was after officers were called to a house party.
A student from Sheffield fell found of coronavirus lockdown regulations when he drove from Yorkshire to Coventry to pick up a pal.
He had planned to drive his friend to Heathrow Airport before returning to Sheffield – a round trip of around 360 miles.