Smoking Ban in Restaurants and Bars of Iceland  

Iceland banned smoking in public indoor space to protect workers.

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The new law in 2007 prohibits smoking in restaurants, bars, clubs and cafes across Iceland. The main
reason for the smoking ban is to protect the health of employees who work in a restaurant or bar.
Indirect smoking can be very dangerous to people's health. It can have very serious effects like
increasing the risk of heart attacks, lung cancer and hemorrhage.

Restaurants,bars,clubs and cafes in Iceland will be completely smoke-free, and there will be no
designated smoking areas inside. Establishments may allow smoking outdoors, provided good airflow
is secured.
Source: June 1, 2007 Iceland Review Online




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The article was written by Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto, in August 2008.

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