New restrictive measures in favour of tobacco control applicable in Luxembourg from 1 January 2014
The new law of 18 July 2013, modifying the law of 11 August 2006 regarding the issue of tobacco control as amended, has just been published in the Memorial A (see n°130 of 23 July 2013).
The law of 2013 creates new restrictive measures in favour of tobacco control in Luxembourg that will be applicable from 1 January 2014. Below are the major innovations and new restrictions included in the law of 2013.
In addition to locations already governed by the law of 2006, smoking will also be prohibited in every nightclub whether its access is restricted to people over age 16 or not; shopping malls; and drink outlets serving, on site or to take away, alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages including establishments offering drinks for free and even if they do not provide restaurant services…
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