Finland moves forward with efforts to limit tobacco and nicotine use by 2030

In a new push to effectively end tobacco and nicotine use in Finland by 2030, the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health has appointed a working group tasked with submitting proposals for new legislation and other measures.

The working group has been given three specific tasks to reach the goals of the Finnish Tobacco Act, according to Jaana Markkula, a senior specialist at the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health. The Finnish Tobacco Act, passed in 2010, aims to limit tobacco use to fewer than 5% of the adult population by 2030. Nicotine replacement therapy is excluded as it is regulated under the Medicines Act.

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