Legal coverage relates to the scope of the legal regulation. It refers to those workers and enterprises to whom employment protection laws apply. Some countries exclude certain categories of workers, such as agricultural workers or domestic workers, as well as enterprises of a certain size, from the general regime of their employment protection regulations. Note, however, that if certain workers are excluded from the general regime, this may mean either that they are not covered at all, or that they are covered by other, specific regulations. For example, civil servants are often covered by a specific regime. In contrast, domestic workers are often excluded from any protection altogether. Some countries have undertaken reforms to expand legal coverage by extending employment protection laws to more workers or enterprises.