Members of the public in Farnham have been given warnings for not staying inside during the Covid-19 outbreak.

Thames Valley Police had praised the public for staying in during the lockdown to try and prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

In a tweet they said: "We have seen villages, towns and cities across the Thames Valley get quieter and quieter this week which is what is needed.

"We are all in this together, so please follow the Government's advice and #StayHomeSaveLives."

They then posted a picture of various empty streets across the county.

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Following this tweet on March 29, one twitter user responded stating that in Farnham the beeches were still busy and groups of children were reportedly out together.

Thames Valley Police Chiltern and South Bucks responded to the user.

They said: "We were there: where were you?! Oh right, indoors.

"Good job! Shame some people didn’t take the same advice. #WarningsIssued #StayHomeSaveLives."

They shared pictures of cars parked at frequent walking shops as well as a document which details the only reasons you can leave the house.

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Police can enforce the lockdown rules with a £30 fine.

The current rules regarding staying inside are that leaving the house must only be for essential travel, or for everyone's allocated one walk a day.