Important the UK keeps moving - health secretary
Asked what people should do if their jobs do not allow them to work from home, Health Secretary Matt Hancock gives this advice:
"If you are healthy and not being asked to isolate because someone in your household has symptoms then of course you should still go to work.
"It is important that this country keeps moving as much as we possibly can, within the limits of the advice we have been given."
He also tells MPs that measures on shielding will be for those who have "significant health conditions”. They will be contacted by the NHS, he says.
But he adds the measures were not aimed at the "generality of over 70s who are healthy".
He says the guidance for those over 70 is the same as for people of working age, except that the government strongly advises social distancing measures.