The consumption of tobacco in public spaces has been banned from this Sunday (15) in Mexico, as part of the reform of the General Law for Tobacco Control, modified at the end of 2022.
The regulation extends the protection of the health of the population, particularly children, against exposure to tobacco smoke and emissions. The regulation prohibits smoking in places such as squares, parks, beaches and stadiums.
The new provisions also establish a total ban on all forms of advertising and promotion of tobacco products, including their display at points of sale.
The director general of the World Health Organization . . .