It you're planning a visit to England any time soon, then pack a face mask - you'll need one.
Unlike in Wales, face coverings are now mandatory in shops and supermarkets over the border, with fines for those who do not comply with the rules.
The coverings are mainly to protect others from the droplets released into the air by coughs, sneezes and even talking, which can spread coronavirus.
People can use anything from a reusable or single-use face covering, to a scarf, bandana, religious garment or hand-made cloth covering.
The only proviso is that it must securely fit round the side of the face to properly cover the nose and mouth.
In England the maximum fine will be £100 - reduced by half to £50 if paid within 14 days, but, currently, there are no plans to make face coverings mandatory in shops in Wales, although they are required for people using public transport.
- Sign up for one of the WalesOnline newsletters
- Get the WalesOnline app for Welsh news and sport tailored for you
However, we'd be interested to know what you think about the issue of wearing face coverings, and if you believe it should happen in Wales.
Let us know in the survey below. If it fails to load click here.
Thanks for taking part!