Yes, you can.
But the risk depends on how long and how close you have been in touch with an infected person.
Momentarily passing someone while jogging is extremely unlikely to lead to an infection.
But face to face contact lasting many minutes with a friend or someone who is infected can lead to an infection.
There is a good article on how BBC website.
Mayo Clinic. Safe outdoor activities during the COVID-19 pandemic. By Mayo Clinic Staff.
UK. Ministry of Housing, Communities &
Local Government. Guidance. COVID-19: Guidance for managing playgrounds and outdoor gyms. Updated 6 January 2021
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