People must wear face coverings in shops in Wales from Monday, joining the rest of the UK.
But what are the rules and where should people be wearing them?
What are the face covering rules on public transport?
Passengers boarding aircraft in England, Scotland and Wales must wear a face covering – Northern Ireland also recommends their use.
People can be refused travel if they do not follow the rules, and can be fined as a last resort.
What about in shops?
Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets and shopping centres in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
From Monday 14 September, they must also be worn in Wales.
Those who fail to do so can be fined by the police – up to £100 in England, or £60 in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Shop workers do not have to wear face coverings. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-51205344