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New law banning smoking in public places approved by the Czech Parliament and the President

Tuesday, February 14th, 2017

Prague - We are happy to announce that on Tuesday, 14 February 2017 the Czech Parliament and the President approved a new law banning smoking in many public places.

Public transport stops, ZOOs, sport facilities and any other facilities for children are among them. Also a full ban of smoking tobacco (e-cigarettes are allowed) will be applied inside all restaurant, pubs and cultural facilities and event venues. The new law will apply from 31th of May 2017 (World no Tobacco Day) on.

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