Video report by Mike Griffiths
Face coverings are now mandatory in Wales for people using public transport and taxis.
From today, drivers, guards and other transport operators may ask people not to board vehicles if they are not wearing face coverings.
If necessary fixed penalty notices may be issued by the police, with a fine of £60 in the first instance subsequently doubling in the event of repeated offences.
Economy minister Ken Skates said the changes were being made to “reduce the risk of public transmission of coronavirus.”
From today the vast majority of our public transport users in Wales will be required to wear a face covering while travelling on our buses, our trains and in taxis.
The wearing of face coverings is already mandatory for users of public transport – and shoppers – in