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Public toilets have reopened in a south Wales seaside resort, with extra hygiene measures against coronavirus.
Barry Island is one of the locations where facilities run by the Vale of Glamorgan Council are available again.
Smaller toilets will see cleaning increase from once to three times a day, while the busiest locations will have cleaning staff on duty all day.
Neighbouring Cardiff Council said its public toilets would stay closed until Welsh Government guidance changed.
Public toilets across the UK were shut at the start of the coronavirus lockdown, to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Protesters say they are not against the new hospital but do not want it built on the green open land.