You’re far away from other people. You fall over, hurt yourself, or knock yourself out. Nobody knows where you are, or even if they do you’re still away from easy access. So, now you have police, ambulance, possible mountain rescue looking for you. In reality, they’re all needed elswhere to deal with people that have caught a virus (probably no fault of their own). What you didn’t know is you are carrying the virus as not all carriers present symptoms, and now you’ve infected a bunch of emergency workers and medical staff just because you couldn’t be bothered to stay at home for a few weeks. See how this works? Stay at home. It’s not hard. Have a bit of patience and wait until it’s over. It’s too bloody cold anyway.
During the first lockdown I had to give the police a statement after witnessing a domestic violence incident. While talking to them they told me the previous weekend they'd attended an accident where a cyclist had hit a pothole, broken a leg and both arms. Several police, an ambulance and air ambulance were all required on scene during a time when there should have been minimal contact. All of them at extra risk unnecessarily.
The best part? The cyclist was from Croydon and crashed in the lanes of Surrey, well over 20 miles from his home. Yes he was within the rules as he was out exercising and hadn't driven somewhere to do so, but that's definitely not in the spirit of it.
It's frustrating to be shut at home with drones itching to get up in the air, but like most other people I'll just suck it up for now and enjoy it even more so once I can safely go out and about again - no matter how long that takes.