PHOTOS UK encourage cycling and walking amid COVID-19 pandemic

PHOTOS

UK encourage cycling and walking amid COVID-19 pandemic

Xinhua

21:58, May 15, 2020

A man rides along a cycle lane in Manchester, Britain, on May 14, 2020. British Transport Secretary Grant Shapps on May 9 announced a 2-billion-pound (2.5-billion-U.S.-dolar) package to encourage cycling and walking amid the COVID-19 pandemic as another 346 patients have died in the country. The move came as the government strives to double cycling and increase walking by 2025 with a national cycling plan being expected to be published in June. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

A man rides along a cycle lane in Manchester, Britain, on May 14, 2020. British Transport Secretary Grant Shapps on May 9 announced a 2-billion-pound (2.5-billion-U.S.-dolar) package to encourage cycling and walking amid the COVID-19 pandemic as another 346 patients have died in the country. The move came as the government strives to double cycling and increase walking by 2025 with a national cycling plan being expected to be published in June. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

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A man rides along a cycle lane in Manchester, Britain, on May 14, 2020. British Transport Secretary Grant Shapps on May 9 announced a 2-billion-pound (2.5-billion-U.S.-dolar) package to encourage cycling and walking amid the COVID-19 pandemic as another 346 patients have died in the country. The move came as the government strives to double cycling and increase walking by 2025 with a national cycling plan being expected to be published in June. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

A woman rides along a cycle lane in Manchester, Britain, on May 14, 2020. British Transport Secretary Grant Shapps on May 9 announced a 2-billion-pound (2.5-billion-U.S.-dolar) package to encourage cycling and walking amid the COVID-19 pandemic as another 346 patients have died in the country. The move came as the government strives to double cycling and increase walking by 2025 with a national cycling plan being expected to be published in June. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

A woman rides along a cycle lane in Manchester, Britain, on May 14, 2020. British Transport Secretary Grant Shapps on May 9 announced a 2-billion-pound (2.5-billion-U.S.-dolar) package to encourage cycling and walking amid the COVID-19 pandemic as another 346 patients have died in the country. The move came as the government strives to double cycling and increase walking by 2025 with a national cycling plan being expected to be published in June. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

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