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Last updated: July 26th 2020

Smoke Free Status of Outdoor Places

Does the law require any outdoor or quasi-outdoor spaces to be smoke free or restrict smoking in any way? Examples of such places include within a specified distance of doorways, outdoor patios of bars or restaurants, parks/beaches, outdoor stadiums, and outdoor markets.
Yes
 

Cinemas and auditoriums

Analysis

The law prohibits tobacco use in cinemas and auditoriums. This includes the areas within 10 feet of the doors, semi doors and gates that are used as entrances and exits to the roads.

Mosques, health service providers, educational facilities, childcare and child education facilities, open areas and buildings within their premises, their grounds, and places of service provision connected to such places

Analysis

The law prohibits tobacco use in mosques, health service providers, educational facilities, childcare and child education facilities. This includes the areas within 10 feet of the doors, semi doors and gates that are used as entrances and exits to the roads.

Buildings where government authorities are housed

Analysis

The law prohibits tobacco use where government authorities are housed. This includes the areas within 10 feet of the doors, semi doors and gates that are used as entrances and exits to the roads.

Buildings, courts, fields, and stadiums for the playing of sports

Analysis

The law prohibits tobacco use in buildings, courts, fields, and stadiums for the playing of sports. This includes the areas within 10 feet of the doors, semi doors and gates that are used as entrances and exits to the roads.