Also our populations skews elderly because people come here to retire and our young people move away to find work. People are not heeding the message to stay at home and it's going to get very ugly very quickly if they keep coming. Locals are already taking matters into their own hands and blocking car parking spaces at beauty spots and putting up big signs telling people to go home. Thankfully most caravan parks and holiday camps have closed now, but we still have the second home owners emptying the shelves in the little local shops so there's nothing left for elderly residents who can't drive and rely on them.
We don't want panic, but as people are not showing any responsibility to others, we do need people to be fearful enough that they heed the advice to stay at home which currently they're not doing. By all means go and walk around your local streets, woods, fields and parks (practising suitable social distancing), but driving a long distance to national parks and seaside resorts is, frankly irresponsible.