Anti-smoking campaign in Sidon, Monday, Feb. 2, 2015. (The Daily Star/Stringer)
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Public administration buildings in south Lebanon will be smoke-free zones, in line with Law 174 which outlaws smoking indoors, South Lebanon Governor Mansour Daou announced Monday. The decision, which will go into effect Mar. 1, was taken in cooperation with the Health Ministry. The decision will apply to all public administration buildings in the southern governorate, as well as police and military offices. The measure was announced after a meeting held by Daou in the Sidon Serail, attended by various government authorities, including Director of the National Tobacco Control Program Fadi Sanan and Health Authority President for the South Dr. Hasan Alawieh.
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