2 Criteria of a Smoke-Free Country
- Smoke-free places based on law
- Smoke-free places based on enforcement
*In the context of this guide, a “smoke-free city” is a city that has adopted and implemented legislation that prohibits smoking in all indoor (or enclosed, if that terminology is more familiar) workplaces, all indoor public places, and all public transportation, with no or very limited exceptions. “Comprehensive smoke-free legislation” refers to legislation that prohibits smoking in all indoor workplaces, all indoor public places, and on all public transportation as recommended by the WHO FCTC Article 8 implementation guidelines. Legislation that permits indoor smoking areas of any kind is not considered “smoke-free”.