Wander the self-guided City Visitor Trail, passing some of the City of London's architectural gems such as St Paul's Cathedral. Spot London landmarks from the outdoor viewing gallery at level 72 of The View from The Shard. Coronavirus is a respiratory illness, which means it spreads when droplets from the mouth or nose fly through the air. UK coronavirus live: beauty salons, outdoor theatres, gyms and pools to reopen in England – as it happened See the Global coronavirus live blog for continuing updates on today’s developments However, in indoor swimming pools, where there is good maintenance and disinfectants such as chlorine are added to the water, the risk of Covid-19 … Physical distancing measures in outdoor pools will not only keep swimmers safe from Covid-19 but also eliminate “lane rage”, one lido operator has said. Join us! SWIMMING pools across the country are set to reopen for the first since the UK went into coronavirus lockdown in March. media caption Bathers returned to outdoor swimming, as coronavirus restrictions were eased. Skating is booming in London as free, indoor registrations are snapped up and eager skaters hit the outdoor rinks in Victoria Park and Storybook Gardens on opening weekend. During the Downing Street … ; For people already in the UK, use the 111 online coronavirus service to get further information about coronavirus and check your symptoms. Swim England advice and guidance regarding novel coronavirus (COVID-19) 10 March 2020. Cross some of London’s iconic bridges, from the magnificent Tower Bridge to the modern Millennium Bridge. Swimming – the end of ‘lane rage’? You must wear a face covering in certain places across the city, including on public transport. The weather is finally turning and you’re ready for that cherished summer tradition: spending the day lounging by the outdoor pool or splashing through a water park. The health and wellbeing of anyone who takes part in any aquatic activity is of paramount importance to everyone at Swim … Sign up for Elsewhere, our free monthly journal, and follow us on Facebook, Insta or Twitter (see our Members page for all the ways you can join in) #outdoorswimmingsociety #sharetheswimlove ; Avoid using public transport at peak times – cycle or walk where possible. London is subject to high (tier 2) level restrictions. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get COVID-19 while in a swimming pool. The Outdoor Swimming Society provides a space within which a community of independent spirits can share the joy and adventure of swimming outdoors. Swim England has issued the following advice regarding novel coronavirus (COVID-19).