As coronavirus lockdown restrictions ease and cities reopen around the world, the way you'll go to restaurants, malls and hair salons will change, so it's a good idea to think about how you'll keep yourself and your loved ones healthy during a prolonged period.
If you're not part of a vulnerable group, becoming a hermit isn't necessarily the solution, either. It's beneficial to periodically leave the house to maintain your health and sanity and run critical errands, but there are measures you can take when coming within spitting distance of people outside the household.
Does the following mean the same thing?
... "periodically go out of the house" ...
Do both of them mean "going out in public for a few hours"?
Is it grammatically correct and natural?
leave the house or leave home? is related to this topic, though no one there talks about whether it sounds natural.