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Taipei Bans Smoking On Convenience Stores And Covered Walkways


Taipei bans smoking on public places on covered walkways outside several convenience store and coffee shop chains according to the city's Department of Health, reported by Central News Agency.

Stores included in the ban of smoking are: 7-Eleven, FamilyMart, Hi-Life, OK Mart, Simple Mart, Starbucks, 85°C Bakery Cafe, Louisa Coffee, Mr. Brown Café, Dante Coffee, Ikari Coffee, Barista Coffee, Cama Café, Crown & Fancy, and Peter Better Café.

Anyone caught smoking on these covered walkways in front of the mentioned shops will be subject to fines in between NT$2,000 and NT$10,000.

The rule will not apply to open sidewalks or areas outside of the stores or outside of stores on the second floor of a building.
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