Sheltering, but also running
South Carolina is the latest state to specify recreation is among "Essential Activities" permitted during a shelter-in-place order.
According to the governor's executive order, South Carolinians are permitted to engage "in outdoor exercise or recreational activities, provided that a minimum distance of six (6) feet is maintained during such activities between all persons who are not occupants of the same Residence."
Some jurisdictions that adopted shelter-in-place or stay-at-home orders this month have singled out running as essential or permitted.
In Washington, D.C., "Allowable Recreational Activities" include: "Walking, hiking, running, dog-walking, biking, rollerblading, scootering, skateboarding, playing tennis, golfing, gardening, and other activities where all participants comply with Social Distancing Requirements and there is no person-to-person contact.