This was the scene today at Strathclyde Park, as a little bit of sunshine has enticed people out, many of whom continue to defy government advice on the coronavirus crisis.
Dozens of people have been seen in Strathclyde Country Park, Motherwell, this afternoon, Sunday 29 March 2020 despite strict new measures banning Scots from going outside unless they have a ‘reasonable excuse’.
Somehow, vehicles have managed to enter the park, closed off by North Lanarkshire last week.
Travelling to the park by car to walk your dog or to get out and run, is currently NOT essential travel during this crisis.
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do these people not understand plain english. Do not travel to walk pets will they only understand when they catch the virus. please stay local