The UK-wide lockdown has meant many people have taken up running as their only form of exercise. Running during the current situation can be an enormous help to people’s physical and mental health.
But due to the high number of ‘new’ runners, and overcrowding on paths and pavements, people are getting increasingly angry - runners are not keeping apart, are bumping into pedestrians, breathing heavily close to other people, and intimidating parents with young children and babies.
The fear is that if they don’t keep their distance, it could increase the spread of Coronavirus and force the government to ban the window for exercise - for many people the only chance to go outside.
So Pablo have created a campaign to encourage people to ‘Run Right’ - to observe the social distancing guidelines, be more respectful of each other, and protect each other and our right to get outside.