Road checks are currently being conducted by Thames Valley Police to ensure that people are obeying the new guidelines due to the coronavirus.

This comes after some people in the county and beyond were not social distancing and were still leaving their house when it wasn’t essential.

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In their most recent road check, a couple of police officers were seen at Marlow Hill in High Wycombe on Monday, March 30 speaking to motorists.

Bucks Free Press:

The checks were carried out on March 30

In a Facebook post, they said: “#Team3Wycombe have been conducting road checks this evening (Monday, March 30).

“We have been engaging with the public, explaining the rules set by the government and ensuring all journeys are essential.

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“We are in this fight together, so let’s try to stay at home, protect the NHS, and save lives.”

So far, 140 people in Buckinghamshire have got the coronavirus.