Here in Australia, one of our states (South Australia) has just started a covid lockdown (albeit fairly brief for now) that bans *any* outdoor exercise! The frustrating thing is that at the same time they are explicitly allowing people to go out to buy alcohol (because that is apparently essential for some people's mental health), but exercise is a no go. It's frustrating that they seem to be unaware that thousands of diabetics, particularly (but not elusively) T2D rely on exercise to help manage their BGL every day. I'm not totally familiar with how this has been implemented in different parts of the world, but I think it's been something of a common theme in a lot of places where lockdowns have occurred, severe restrictions on outdoor activities. Yet Covid has very much been shown to be a risk in indoor areas where a large amount of people congregate, and close to zero risk in sparsely populated outdoor areas. Has anyone else here been in the position where the exercise that they use to manage their diabetes has been banned, even in outdoor areas where there are few people and lots of space, so basically zero risk.