Last updated: May 17, 2022

Smoke Free Status of Outdoor Places

Does the law require any outdoor or quasi-outdoor spaces to be smoke free or restrict smoking in any way? Examples of such places include within a specified distance of doorways, outdoor patios of bars or restaurants, parks/beaches, outdoor stadiums, and outdoor markets.
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The law prohibits smoking on all territories and premises of educational services, cultural institutions, youth organizations, and services in the field of physical education and sports.

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The law prohibits smoking on all territories and premises designated for the provision of medical, rehabilitation, and spa services.

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The law prohibits smoking within fifteen meters of entrances to train stations, bus stations, airports, seaports, river ports, and subway stations.

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The law prohibits smoking on all playgrounds and borders of areas occupied by beaches.

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Smoking is prohibited on all passenger platforms that are used exclusively for passengers embarking on trains and disembarking from trains during their transfers in urban traffic.

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Outdoor areas of public dining establishments are considered to be part of the premises of public dining establishments and, therefore, must be 100% smoke free if: (1) services are provided there and (2) there is any kind of above-ground component (e.g., artificially erected floor, canopy) or any kind of fencing associate with the outdoor space. Under these requirements, porches, pavilions, tents, balconies, and similar outdoor premises are required to be 100% smoke free.