Avoid Cabin Fever
Cabin fever is driving out the masses. Yes, it's still perfectly safe to step outside and get moving in most places, provided that you're healthy and aren't part of a high-risk population. But remember, going outside isn't a free-for-all. The CDC warns that you should maintain at least six feet of distance between you and others, so if you go outside, keeping your distance is a great first line of defense. Skip the mask - healthy exercise requires plenty of access to oxygen, and wearing a surgical mask or N95 respirator makes it much harder to breathe. Use best disease prevention practices - the best way to prevent coronavirus after venturing outside is still to obey tried-and-true public health measures including: washing your hands, avoiding touching your face and frequently disinfecting used items and surfaces. Go get some fresh air and exercise!