Airports in Angola
Angola’s Smoking law
Angola has a smoking law that was passed in 2014, which prohibits smoking in all enclosed public places, including workplaces, restaurants, bars, and public transportation. The law also prohibits smoking within 5 meters of the entrance to any public building.
In addition, the sale of tobacco products to minors under the age of 18 is prohibited, and tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship are also restricted.
The law requires that all tobacco products sold in Angola carry warning labels with graphic images illustrating the health risks of smoking. The labels must cover at least 50% of the front and back of the packaging.
Violations of the smoking law can result in fines and the confiscation of tobacco products. Repeat offenders may face higher fines and other penalties.
Angola’s smoking law is intended to protect the public from the harmful effects of secondhand smoke and to reduce the prevalence of smoking in the country.
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