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Archived from the original on 14 June These include the restriction of smoking in government buildings, places of employment, and all forms of public transportation. Since 1 Julythe smoke-free law has also applied to all hotels, restaurants, bars and cafes in the Netherlands.

Inthe Bahrain government introduced anti-smoking laws indoor public areas, including restaurants, cafes, hair salons, shopping malls and public transport. The law states that exceptions to the no-smoking rule may be made in the cases, inter alia, of enclosed eating and drinking establishments i.

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Most places that permit smoking indoors will have ashtrays on the table to signify that it is permitted. A ban has also been imposed on all forms of advertisement, trade promotion, and sponsorship by tobacco companies, as well as cigarette sales through vending machines, or over the telephone and on the Internet.

The smoking rooms contain a few restrictions: In Cameroon, smoking is only prohibited in schools, universities and ministry buildings.

Smoking in Hong Kong. Directorate for Health and Social Affairs.

Archived from the original on 19 February The act also mandates that the government of Bhutan provide counseling and treatment to facilitate tobacco cessation. Archived from the original on 12 June Ireland became the first country in the world to institute a nationwide comprehensive 2537 workplaces law on 29 March This legislation has banned smoking in buses, taxis, trains and their terminals, work places including parking lotspublic buildings, restaurants, bars, casinos, and all enclosed public-access buildings, granting no exceptions no separate “smoking areas” are permitted.


Sincesmoking is prohibited in government buildings, educational facilities, hospitals, enclosed sport facilities and buses. Archived from the original on 11 May Archived from the original on 9 May lsy Archived from the original on 13 April The Act largely targets smoking in particular, though pey forms of tobacco are subject to the Act. The ordinance requires large restaurants and hotels to choose whether to become nonsmoking or create separate smoking areas, while mah-jong and pachinko parlours, restaurants with floor space of up to sq.

The Act allows individuals to import tobacco 2357 tobacco products for personal consumption subject to limits set by the Tobacco Control Board, as well as duties and taxes.

List of smoking bans

Shanghai Municipality expanded 25537 smoking ban from hospitals to kindergartens, schools, libraries and stadiums, as of 1 March[43] and had attempted to restrict smoking in restaurants for the World Expobut compliance in restaurants was reportedly poor and enforcement lax.

Smoking is prohibited in public places in Zambia leh is punishable by a fine of K or imprisonment of up to two years. The Isle of Man ‘s smoke-free law is similar to the one introduced in England, and came into effect on 30 March In larger restaurants enclosed smoking areas are permitted, provided they are physically separated and properly ventilated. Since there has been no requirement lye restaurants to have separate smoking and non-smoking areas. On 8 Octoberthe Namibian National Assembly adopted the Tobacco Products Control Bill, potentially one of the most comprehensive smoke-free ordinances.


Archived from the original on 21 March Smoking is banned in “indoor public places” such as schools, office buildings and public institutions, though specially designed smoking areas may be established on the premises under certain conditions. On 12 Februarythe Dutch lower house agreed on a total ban in the hospitality sector withwith no exception for smaller, owner-operated bars.

Outdoor smoke-free laws cover the grounds of all schools, the grounds of some hospitals, stadiums and two university campuses Massey University, and the University of Aucklandin Retrieved 2 July The strict bans came into force gradually beginning with a ban on places larger than square meters inextended to square meters inwith a full-fledged complete nationwide ban on 1 January Archived from the original on 13 December An anomaly exists on cross-border trains between Hong Kong and mainland China as they are operated jointly between MTR Corporation and China Railways, of whom the latter allows smoking in the restaurant car and in the vestibules at the end of the cars, but not in the seating area.

Cultivation of tobacco Egyptian cigarette industry History of commercial tobacco in the United States Tobacco advertising. Retrieved 10 February Archived from the original on 6 January Smoking has been prohibited in all enclosed public places including pubs, restaurants, social clubs, hotels and shopsenclosed workplaces, and public vehicles taxis and buses since 1 February