Social distancing and quarantine measures are being implemented all across the nation in an attempt to slow down the spread of the coronavirus. While a lot of normal life aspects are being put on hold, being in the outdoors in more important than ever. Since social distancing will equate to less social interaction, which can lead to depression and anxiety, getting outside can help combat this. Outdoor exercise such as hiking, running, and walking is also a good option. However, it is important to still remain at a safe distance from others even if you are outside. Activities involving heavier breathing, such as running and hiking, increase your chances of infection if you come into contact with someone who has the virus.