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Bali Airport Launches Anti-Smoking Campaign on Tobacco Free Day
Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport marked World Tobacco Free Day on Monday, April 30, 2018, with a “Tobacco Free Zone” campaign in all terminals and office areas of the Island’s sole aviation gateway.

As reported by DenPost, the campaign was jointly conducted by Angkasa Pura l (AP-l), the Provincial Health Department, and the Medical Faculty of Bali’s Udayana University

The one-day campaign included publicizing the enclosed areas of the Airport as a smoke-free zone through stickers advertising that fact, the distribution of brochures warning of the dangers of smoking, and pins proclaiming “World No Tobacco Day.”

Medical personnel provided free-of-charge spirometry measurements that show the level of carbon monoxide present in the body.

Provincial Regulation Number 10 of 2011 stipulates that all enclosed public spaces must be cigarette smoke free zones.

Bali’s airport has 7 special enclosed smoking areas for the use of smokers.

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