Smokefree laws/initiatives

In April 2009 the Department of State for Health and Social Welfare announced the coming into force of a law prohibiting smoking in public places (Public Places Act 1998).

This law, according to the release, signed by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Welfare, came into being through an Act of the National Assembly, under the Prohibition of Smoking (public places) Act of 1998, and it was later assented to by the President, Professor Alhaji Dr Yahya Jammeh on 23 September 1998. The release added that the act defines public places to include all government premises, all workplaces, hospitals or health facilities, private premises, vehicles and shops to which the public have access (GL NIMI 20 April 09).

First, say to yourself what you would be; and then do what you have to do. Health Service Food and Human Resources: Wholesale cigarette

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