Netherlands: In the letter to Parliament, Maarten van Ooijen, state secretary for health, welfare and sport, proposed measures to further strengthen the approach for a smoke-free generation. It suggests, among other things, that from 2030, tobacco may only be sold in convenience and specialist stores, and no longer in fuel stations. From 2032, only specialist shops will be allowed to » Continue Reading.
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