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Wednesday, April 05, 2017

NO SMOKING IN MANILA; Here's What You Need To Know

In case you didn't know it yet, Manila City Hall just passed a tougher anti-smoking ordinance that bans smoking at all public buildings, facilities, and establishments “owned, used, controlled or administered by the city government of Manila." It was approved unanimously by the city council and endorsed by the city mayor. The ban includes public places like plazas and parks, public markets, hospitals and health centers, and schools. The author, Councilor Casimiro Sison,is hoping that Ordinance No. 7812 or the “Smoke-Free Ordinance of the City Government of Manila,”  will “set an example to the private sector in promoting a smoke-free environment and to safeguard the health of the public using such establishment from the harmful effects of smoking and tobacco consumption.” The ordinance also prohibits the mere possession of any tobacco products in any form. Also included in the ban are e-cigarettes and the more popular Vape devices.  The smoking ban in city government buildings is also not limited inside the buildings but also within the compound (parking areas, catwalks, roofdecks and grounds, plus the surrounding areas within 100 meters from such city government properties. For those who cannot kick the bad habit, the ordinance mandates the establishment of smoking areas outside each city government building provided it is not less than 10 meters away from where people pass or congregate and with visible “Smoking Area” and “Minors Not Allowed” signage complete with graphic health warnings. As for public transport, an executive order that bans smoking is still in effect nationwide. Approved in an en banc session on March 30, Ordinance No. 7812 will take effect 15 days after its publication in major newspapers. Vaping has become more popular, especially with the introduction of Vape Tricks. Under the new rule, anyone caught in violation of the ordinance will be fined P2,000 and one day detention for the first offense; P3,000 fine and 2 days imprisonment for the second offense; and P5,000 fine and 3 days imprisonment for the third offense. In the previous ordinance, the fine was merely P300 and up to two days imprisonment.

Do you smoke regularly? Are you a vape or e-cigarette user? Regardless of your answer, if you're going to Manila, you need to read this. 


In case you didn't know it yet, Manila City Hall just passed a tougher anti-smoking ordinance that bans smoking at all public buildings, facilities, and establishments “owned, used, controlled or administered by the city government of Manila." 
In case you didn't know it yet, Manila City Hall just passed a tougher anti-smoking ordinance that bans smoking at all public buildings, facilities, and establishments “owned, used, controlled or administered by the city government of Manila." It was approved unanimously by the city council and endorsed by the city mayor. The ban includes public places like plazas and parks, public markets, hospitals and health centers, and schools. The author, Councilor Casimiro Sison,is hoping that Ordinance No. 7812 or the “Smoke-Free Ordinance of the City Government of Manila,”  will “set an example to the private sector in promoting a smoke-free environment and to safeguard the health of the public using such establishment from the harmful effects of smoking and tobacco consumption.” The ordinance also prohibits the mere possession of any tobacco products in any form. Also included in the ban are e-cigarettes and the more popular Vape devices.  The smoking ban in city government buildings is also not limited inside the buildings but also within the compound (parking areas, catwalks, roofdecks and grounds, plus the surrounding areas within 100 meters from such city government properties. For those who cannot kick the bad habit, the ordinance mandates the establishment of smoking areas outside each city government building provided it is not less than 10 meters away from where people pass or congregate and with visible “Smoking Area” and “Minors Not Allowed” signage complete with graphic health warnings. As for public transport, an executive order that bans smoking is still in effect nationwide. Approved in an en banc session on March 30, Ordinance No. 7812 will take effect 15 days after its publication in major newspapers. Vaping has become more popular, especially with the introduction of Vape Tricks. Under the new rule, anyone caught in violation of the ordinance will be fined P2,000 and one day detention for the first offense; P3,000 fine and 2 days imprisonment for the second offense; and P5,000 fine and 3 days imprisonment for the third offense. In the previous ordinance, the fine was merely P300 and up to two days imprisonment.
It was approved unanimously by the city council and endorsed by the city mayor. The ban includes public places like plazas and parks, public markets, hospitals and health centers, and schools.
In case you didn't know it yet, Manila City Hall just passed a tougher anti-smoking ordinance that bans smoking at all public buildings, facilities, and establishments “owned, used, controlled or administered by the city government of Manila." It was approved unanimously by the city council and endorsed by the city mayor. The ban includes public places like plazas and parks, public markets, hospitals and health centers, and schools. The author, Councilor Casimiro Sison,is hoping that Ordinance No. 7812 or the “Smoke-Free Ordinance of the City Government of Manila,”  will “set an example to the private sector in promoting a smoke-free environment and to safeguard the health of the public using such establishment from the harmful effects of smoking and tobacco consumption.” The ordinance also prohibits the mere possession of any tobacco products in any form. Also included in the ban are e-cigarettes and the more popular Vape devices.  The smoking ban in city government buildings is also not limited inside the buildings but also within the compound (parking areas, catwalks, roofdecks and grounds, plus the surrounding areas within 100 meters from such city government properties. For those who cannot kick the bad habit, the ordinance mandates the establishment of smoking areas outside each city government building provided it is not less than 10 meters away from where people pass or congregate and with visible “Smoking Area” and “Minors Not Allowed” signage complete with graphic health warnings. As for public transport, an executive order that bans smoking is still in effect nationwide. Approved in an en banc session on March 30, Ordinance No. 7812 will take effect 15 days after its publication in major newspapers. Vaping has become more popular, especially with the introduction of Vape Tricks. Under the new rule, anyone caught in violation of the ordinance will be fined P2,000 and one day detention for the first offense; P3,000 fine and 2 days imprisonment for the second offense; and P5,000 fine and 3 days imprisonment for the third offense. In the previous ordinance, the fine was merely P300 and up to two days imprisonment.

The author, Councilor Casimiro Sison,is hoping that Ordinance No. 7812 or the “Smoke-Free Ordinance of the City Government of Manila,”  will “set an example to the private sector in promoting a smoke-free environment and to safeguard the health of the public using such establishment from the harmful effects of smoking and tobacco consumption.”
In case you didn't know it yet, Manila City Hall just passed a tougher anti-smoking ordinance that bans smoking at all public buildings, facilities, and establishments “owned, used, controlled or administered by the city government of Manila." It was approved unanimously by the city council and endorsed by the city mayor. The ban includes public places like plazas and parks, public markets, hospitals and health centers, and schools. The author, Councilor Casimiro Sison,is hoping that Ordinance No. 7812 or the “Smoke-Free Ordinance of the City Government of Manila,”  will “set an example to the private sector in promoting a smoke-free environment and to safeguard the health of the public using such establishment from the harmful effects of smoking and tobacco consumption.” The ordinance also prohibits the mere possession of any tobacco products in any form. Also included in the ban are e-cigarettes and the more popular Vape devices.  The smoking ban in city government buildings is also not limited inside the buildings but also within the compound (parking areas, catwalks, roofdecks and grounds, plus the surrounding areas within 100 meters from such city government properties. For those who cannot kick the bad habit, the ordinance mandates the establishment of smoking areas outside each city government building provided it is not less than 10 meters away from where people pass or congregate and with visible “Smoking Area” and “Minors Not Allowed” signage complete with graphic health warnings. As for public transport, an executive order that bans smoking is still in effect nationwide. Approved in an en banc session on March 30, Ordinance No. 7812 will take effect 15 days after its publication in major newspapers. Vaping has become more popular, especially with the introduction of Vape Tricks. Under the new rule, anyone caught in violation of the ordinance will be fined P2,000 and one day detention for the first offense; P3,000 fine and 2 days imprisonment for the second offense; and P5,000 fine and 3 days imprisonment for the third offense. In the previous ordinance, the fine was merely P300 and up to two days imprisonment.

The ordinance also prohibits the mere possession of any tobacco products in any form. Also included in the ban are e-cigarettes and the more popular Vape devices. 
In case you didn't know it yet, Manila City Hall just passed a tougher anti-smoking ordinance that bans smoking at all public buildings, facilities, and establishments “owned, used, controlled or administered by the city government of Manila." It was approved unanimously by the city council and endorsed by the city mayor. The ban includes public places like plazas and parks, public markets, hospitals and health centers, and schools. The author, Councilor Casimiro Sison,is hoping that Ordinance No. 7812 or the “Smoke-Free Ordinance of the City Government of Manila,”  will “set an example to the private sector in promoting a smoke-free environment and to safeguard the health of the public using such establishment from the harmful effects of smoking and tobacco consumption.” The ordinance also prohibits the mere possession of any tobacco products in any form. Also included in the ban are e-cigarettes and the more popular Vape devices.  The smoking ban in city government buildings is also not limited inside the buildings but also within the compound (parking areas, catwalks, roofdecks and grounds, plus the surrounding areas within 100 meters from such city government properties. For those who cannot kick the bad habit, the ordinance mandates the establishment of smoking areas outside each city government building provided it is not less than 10 meters away from where people pass or congregate and with visible “Smoking Area” and “Minors Not Allowed” signage complete with graphic health warnings. As for public transport, an executive order that bans smoking is still in effect nationwide. Approved in an en banc session on March 30, Ordinance No. 7812 will take effect 15 days after its publication in major newspapers. Vaping has become more popular, especially with the introduction of Vape Tricks. Under the new rule, anyone caught in violation of the ordinance will be fined P2,000 and one day detention for the first offense; P3,000 fine and 2 days imprisonment for the second offense; and P5,000 fine and 3 days imprisonment for the third offense. In the previous ordinance, the fine was merely P300 and up to two days imprisonment.
The smoking ban in city government buildings is also not limited inside the buildings but also within the compound (parking areas, catwalks, roofdecks and grounds, plus the surrounding areas within 100 meters from such city government properties.
In case you didn't know it yet, Manila City Hall just passed a tougher anti-smoking ordinance that bans smoking at all public buildings, facilities, and establishments “owned, used, controlled or administered by the city government of Manila." It was approved unanimously by the city council and endorsed by the city mayor. The ban includes public places like plazas and parks, public markets, hospitals and health centers, and schools. The author, Councilor Casimiro Sison,is hoping that Ordinance No. 7812 or the “Smoke-Free Ordinance of the City Government of Manila,”  will “set an example to the private sector in promoting a smoke-free environment and to safeguard the health of the public using such establishment from the harmful effects of smoking and tobacco consumption.” The ordinance also prohibits the mere possession of any tobacco products in any form. Also included in the ban are e-cigarettes and the more popular Vape devices.  The smoking ban in city government buildings is also not limited inside the buildings but also within the compound (parking areas, catwalks, roofdecks and grounds, plus the surrounding areas within 100 meters from such city government properties. For those who cannot kick the bad habit, the ordinance mandates the establishment of smoking areas outside each city government building provided it is not less than 10 meters away from where people pass or congregate and with visible “Smoking Area” and “Minors Not Allowed” signage complete with graphic health warnings. As for public transport, an executive order that bans smoking is still in effect nationwide. Approved in an en banc session on March 30, Ordinance No. 7812 will take effect 15 days after its publication in major newspapers. Vaping has become more popular, especially with the introduction of Vape Tricks. Under the new rule, anyone caught in violation of the ordinance will be fined P2,000 and one day detention for the first offense; P3,000 fine and 2 days imprisonment for the second offense; and P5,000 fine and 3 days imprisonment for the third offense. In the previous ordinance, the fine was merely P300 and up to two days imprisonment.

For those who cannot kick the bad habit, the ordinance mandates the establishment of smoking areas outside each city government building provided it is not less than 10 meters away from where people pass or congregate. A visible “Smoking Area” and “Minors Not Allowed” signage complete with graphic health warnings are required.
In case you didn't know it yet, Manila City Hall just passed a tougher anti-smoking ordinance that bans smoking at all public buildings, facilities, and establishments “owned, used, controlled or administered by the city government of Manila." It was approved unanimously by the city council and endorsed by the city mayor. The ban includes public places like plazas and parks, public markets, hospitals and health centers, and schools. The author, Councilor Casimiro Sison,is hoping that Ordinance No. 7812 or the “Smoke-Free Ordinance of the City Government of Manila,”  will “set an example to the private sector in promoting a smoke-free environment and to safeguard the health of the public using such establishment from the harmful effects of smoking and tobacco consumption.” The ordinance also prohibits the mere possession of any tobacco products in any form. Also included in the ban are e-cigarettes and the more popular Vape devices.  The smoking ban in city government buildings is also not limited inside the buildings but also within the compound (parking areas, catwalks, roofdecks and grounds, plus the surrounding areas within 100 meters from such city government properties. For those who cannot kick the bad habit, the ordinance mandates the establishment of smoking areas outside each city government building provided it is not less than 10 meters away from where people pass or congregate and with visible “Smoking Area” and “Minors Not Allowed” signage complete with graphic health warnings. As for public transport, an executive order that bans smoking is still in effect nationwide. Approved in an en banc session on March 30, Ordinance No. 7812 will take effect 15 days after its publication in major newspapers. Vaping has become more popular, especially with the introduction of Vape Tricks. Under the new rule, anyone caught in violation of the ordinance will be fined P2,000 and one day detention for the first offense; P3,000 fine and 2 days imprisonment for the second offense; and P5,000 fine and 3 days imprisonment for the third offense. In the previous ordinance, the fine was merely P300 and up to two days imprisonment.

As for public transport, an executive order that bans smoking is still in effect nationwide.
In case you didn't know it yet, Manila City Hall just passed a tougher anti-smoking ordinance that bans smoking at all public buildings, facilities, and establishments “owned, used, controlled or administered by the city government of Manila." It was approved unanimously by the city council and endorsed by the city mayor. The ban includes public places like plazas and parks, public markets, hospitals and health centers, and schools. The author, Councilor Casimiro Sison,is hoping that Ordinance No. 7812 or the “Smoke-Free Ordinance of the City Government of Manila,”  will “set an example to the private sector in promoting a smoke-free environment and to safeguard the health of the public using such establishment from the harmful effects of smoking and tobacco consumption.” The ordinance also prohibits the mere possession of any tobacco products in any form. Also included in the ban are e-cigarettes and the more popular Vape devices.  The smoking ban in city government buildings is also not limited inside the buildings but also within the compound (parking areas, catwalks, roofdecks and grounds, plus the surrounding areas within 100 meters from such city government properties. For those who cannot kick the bad habit, the ordinance mandates the establishment of smoking areas outside each city government building provided it is not less than 10 meters away from where people pass or congregate and with visible “Smoking Area” and “Minors Not Allowed” signage complete with graphic health warnings. As for public transport, an executive order that bans smoking is still in effect nationwide. Approved in an en banc session on March 30, Ordinance No. 7812 will take effect 15 days after its publication in major newspapers. Vaping has become more popular, especially with the introduction of Vape Tricks. Under the new rule, anyone caught in violation of the ordinance will be fined P2,000 and one day detention for the first offense; P3,000 fine and 2 days imprisonment for the second offense; and P5,000 fine and 3 days imprisonment for the third offense. In the previous ordinance, the fine was merely P300 and up to two days imprisonment.

Approved in an en banc session on March 30, Ordinance No. 7812 will take effect 15 days after its publication in major newspapers.


Vaping has become more popular, especially with the introduction of Vape Tricks.



In case you didn't know it yet, Manila City Hall just passed a tougher anti-smoking ordinance that bans smoking at all public buildings, facilities, and establishments “owned, used, controlled or administered by the city government of Manila." It was approved unanimously by the city council and endorsed by the city mayor. The ban includes public places like plazas and parks, public markets, hospitals and health centers, and schools. The author, Councilor Casimiro Sison,is hoping that Ordinance No. 7812 or the “Smoke-Free Ordinance of the City Government of Manila,”  will “set an example to the private sector in promoting a smoke-free environment and to safeguard the health of the public using such establishment from the harmful effects of smoking and tobacco consumption.” The ordinance also prohibits the mere possession of any tobacco products in any form. Also included in the ban are e-cigarettes and the more popular Vape devices.  The smoking ban in city government buildings is also not limited inside the buildings but also within the compound (parking areas, catwalks, roofdecks and grounds, plus the surrounding areas within 100 meters from such city government properties. For those who cannot kick the bad habit, the ordinance mandates the establishment of smoking areas outside each city government building provided it is not less than 10 meters away from where people pass or congregate and with visible “Smoking Area” and “Minors Not Allowed” signage complete with graphic health warnings. As for public transport, an executive order that bans smoking is still in effect nationwide. Approved in an en banc session on March 30, Ordinance No. 7812 will take effect 15 days after its publication in major newspapers. Vaping has become more popular, especially with the introduction of Vape Tricks. Under the new rule, anyone caught in violation of the ordinance will be fined P2,000 and one day detention for the first offense; P3,000 fine and 2 days imprisonment for the second offense; and P5,000 fine and 3 days imprisonment for the third offense. In the previous ordinance, the fine was merely P300 and up to two days imprisonment.

Under the new rule, anyone caught in violation of the ordinance will be fined P2,000 and one day detention for the first offense; P3,000 fine and 2 days imprisonment for the second offense; and P5,000 fine and 3 days imprisonment for the third offense.
In case you didn't know it yet, Manila City Hall just passed a tougher anti-smoking ordinance that bans smoking at all public buildings, facilities, and establishments “owned, used, controlled or administered by the city government of Manila." It was approved unanimously by the city council and endorsed by the city mayor. The ban includes public places like plazas and parks, public markets, hospitals and health centers, and schools. The author, Councilor Casimiro Sison,is hoping that Ordinance No. 7812 or the “Smoke-Free Ordinance of the City Government of Manila,”  will “set an example to the private sector in promoting a smoke-free environment and to safeguard the health of the public using such establishment from the harmful effects of smoking and tobacco consumption.” The ordinance also prohibits the mere possession of any tobacco products in any form. Also included in the ban are e-cigarettes and the more popular Vape devices.  The smoking ban in city government buildings is also not limited inside the buildings but also within the compound (parking areas, catwalks, roofdecks and grounds, plus the surrounding areas within 100 meters from such city government properties. For those who cannot kick the bad habit, the ordinance mandates the establishment of smoking areas outside each city government building provided it is not less than 10 meters away from where people pass or congregate and with visible “Smoking Area” and “Minors Not Allowed” signage complete with graphic health warnings. As for public transport, an executive order that bans smoking is still in effect nationwide. Approved in an en banc session on March 30, Ordinance No. 7812 will take effect 15 days after its publication in major newspapers. Vaping has become more popular, especially with the introduction of Vape Tricks. Under the new rule, anyone caught in violation of the ordinance will be fined P2,000 and one day detention for the first offense; P3,000 fine and 2 days imprisonment for the second offense; and P5,000 fine and 3 days imprisonment for the third offense. In the previous ordinance, the fine was merely P300 and up to two days imprisonment.

In the previous ordinance, the fine was merely P300 and up to two days imprisonment.




sources: MB, ABS-CBN



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