I see South Korea has re introduced lock-down after the cases started to rise again.According to Boris it is now OK for me to drive from London, which still as a high virus rate, a few hundred miles for a days fishing taking the virus with me and possibly infect a few people on the way.
Fishing can wait a bit longer for my return it is not that important.
Make the most of it lockdown is coming back.
May be after todays meeting it will be made clear just what we can and can't do. According to the news there is a 50 page document on what this latest wording really means.I don't think he said that at all. Travelling a few miles to a lake is possible but no mention was made about non essential travel to say visit relatives. If I can go fishing on Wednesday and go visit my Dad 70 miles away, ill go see my Dad.
I think that's only for Border fisheries Mike - "Border Rules". The general rules are (assuming you're talking about Bay Malton) as per Angling Trust which states "Maintain a distance of 15 metres from other anglers whilst fishing." Which I think most pegs are anyway.One of my clubs, whose website is normally months behind the times, is saying anglers can return on Wednesday taking care, leaving one empty peg between them and with no walking round.
And now as well as South Korea, Wuhan have reported 17 new cases! Two countries that lifted the lock down too early it looks to me. Will we learn from it, not likely, we never took any notice before.I see South Korea has re introduced lock-down after the cases started to rise again.