Tabaco ban in Mexico

The Tabaco ban in Mexico

Mexico has new laws about smoking that make it harder to smoke in public places. This means that you can’t smoke in many places you might expect. As of January 15th, 2023, you can’t smoke in places like:

  • Parks
  • Outside of restaurants and bars
  • Beaches
  • Patios and balconies
  • Hospitals
  • Schools
  • Buses or trains.

This is because smoking can be bad for your health and it’s not good for other people’s health either. Plus, smoking can make the air dirty and people don’t like that.

There are still some places where you can smoke, but you have to be in a specific area that is away from where other people are. For example, some bars and restaurants might have a special area where you can smoke, but it needs to be away from the main area where people are eating and drinking.

It’s important to remember that these new laws are in place to help keep people healthy and make sure that everyone can enjoy public places. If you are visiting Mexico and you are a smoker, you should be extra careful to follow these new rules. If you don’t, you might get into trouble and that’s not fun. You might get a fine or even get arrested. So, if you’re a smoker, make sure to check where you can and can’t smoke before lighting up in Mexico.

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