cers in China,” said Zhi, who is also a professor specializing in

 

lung diseases at Xuanwu Hospital, Capital Medical University, in Beijing.

In the capital, the percentage of smokers decreased to 22.3 percent from 23.4 percent in 2014-a decrease of 200,000 smo

kers over the past five years-Beijing Municipal Health Commission said on Thursday.

Following the adoption of a revised tobacco control regulation in June, 2015, which bans smoking in all indoor public space

s and workplaces, legal violations involving smoking in public places such as hospitals and restaurants in Beijing ha

ve significantly decreased, Gao Xiaojun, spokesman of the commission, said at a news conference.

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