Smokefree legislation/initiatives

The Protection of Health (Smoking) Unified Laws (2002-2004) ban smoking on all public transport vehicles, including taxis, as well as private cars that carry passengers below 16 years old. Smoking is banned in hospitals and healthcare establishments, schools, and in all public places, including theatres, cinemas, museums, libraries and food places. Smoking is also prohibited in restaurants, tavernas, cafes and coffee shops, but owners may provide ventilated, designated smoking areas. In workplaces the right of the non-smoker to work in an smokefree environment must be observed, and employers are required to put this in writing.

Smokefree resources available in 2009

Smokefree Partnership
European Network for Smoking Prevention
Cyprus Anti Cancer Society

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