In fairness, I live a short way out of the city (moved to the coast late last year to escape the city - stoked with that decision right now) but I’ve ventured in on a couple occasions, also staying in tune with what other people are seeing around the city via socials.
We’re supposed to be on a strict(ish) lockdown, only leaving the house for picking up essentials and one daily exercise break, but because it’s not really enforced (varies from region to region, I hear) there’s a good few people starting to take the piss. I’m not finding it too hard to stick with personally, mainly because I’m distance training so long runs get me out for a couple hours at a time. Pretty shocked with what I’m seeing on some of these runs though - gatherings in parks, a house party, people in sun loungers on the beach, even one family having a wee beach BBQ. I mean, I love a BBQ on the beach as much as anyone, but it’s easy to see why some people are getting so frustrated when they’re abiding and cooping up at home when it’s nice out, and other people are blatantly flaunting the rules.
It’s a weird mix out there - some folks going to town on masks/gloves/distancing, others not bothering at all. I’m not sure what the mentality is that divides the two, but it’s quite a stark contrast. I imagine it’ll be a while before cases here take a sharp drop and we’re allowed full freedom. But hey, gotta try stay positive!