The States of Guernsey is urging islanders to be 'realistic' withsocial distancing.
As the island moves towards the next phase of its lockdown, people are being encouraged to maintain a distance of at least one metre.
The States is sharing the message that maintaining a two metre distance between islanders 'is not always going to be possible'.
However, it is stressing that a distance of at least two metres remains the safest option.
This contrasts with Jersey, where legislation is being debated which would see islanders fined up to £1,000 if they breach the two metre guidelines.