With lockdown rules easing as of today, many people are wondering just how far they can go. 

In his speech to the nation on Sunday night, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that from Wednesday people could take part in unlimited exercise and could travel to do so.

The government has since clarified how much movement people can make by publishing more details.

Of particular interest to Cornwall is the subject of overnight trips away and visits to second homes.

The Government has made it clear that both remain prohibited.

It said: "You can travel to outdoor open space irrespective of distance. You shouldn’t travel with someone from outside your household unless you can practise social distancing - for example by cycling. Leaving your home - the place you live - to stay at another home is not allowed."

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The advice continues: "Day trips to outdoor open space, in a private vehicle, are permitted. You should practise social distancing from other people outside your household.

"Leaving your home - the place you live - to stay at another home for a holiday or other purpose is not allowed. This includes visiting second homes.

"Premises such as hotels and bed and breakfasts will remain closed, except where providing accommodation for specific reasons set out in law, such as for critical workers where required for a reason relating to their work."

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It also gives more guidance on meeting other people.

It says: "Sports courts can re-open, but you should only partake in such activities alone, with members of your household, or with one other person from outside your household, while practising social distancing. You should take particular care if you need to use any indoor facilities next to these outdoor courts, such as toilets.

"You should not use these facilities if you are showing coronavirus symptoms, or if you or any of your household are self-isolating.

"You can meet one other person from outside your household if you are outdoors. Public gatherings of more than two people from different households are prohibited in law. There are no limits on gatherings in the park with members of your household."