PARKS, forests and streets are completely deserted as coronavirus fears prompted the nation into lockdown to prevent the spread.

Readers have been sharing pictures of eerily quiet Bracknell Town Centre looks following the Prime Ministers announcement to close all shops and public green spaces.

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The key advice is to 'stay indoors' and people are only allowed to go outside to the shops for essential items like food and medicine.

Residents are also only allowed to go outside for one form of exercise a day, whether that is a walk or run.

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Eerie pictures of empty streets across Bracknell were shared as people abided by the advice and stayed at home.

It comes after hundreds of people were spotted walking in the forests and parks over the weekend to 'make the most' of the sunshine.


Deputy chief medical officer Dr Jenny Harries said the Government was not saying “don’t go outside” but to leave the house in a way that reduces social contact.

She recommended taking walks while keeping a distance of two metres apart or while taking bike rides together.