<p><b>Smoking ban in different countries of the world. Part 8</b></p> <p><b>Singapore</b></p> <p>Exists wide ban on smoking in public places, last time it was updated in 2005. It includes grocery stores, restaurants, public places, offices, plants, banks and medical institutions. Smoking is also prohibited in public transport, including taxi. National environmental protection agency has updated ban by adding there pubs, bars and clubs, in July 2007. As of July 1st 2007 the ban has been updated and there were added all entertaining night clubs. However these enterprises can organize inside their premises places for smoking not more than 10% of closed premises general area. From January 1st 2009 this ban applies also on playgrounds, markets, underground and multistory parking, ferry terminals and berths. Ban will also act on premises that don't have ventilation - offices, plants, shops, shopping malls.</p> <p><b>Tanzania</b></p> <p>Tanzania has prohibited smoking in many public places in July 2003; ban has also applied to public transport and also schools and hospitals. Besides, government has prohibited tobacco sale to children younger than 18 years old, and also advertisement on radio and TV and newspapers. Ministry of health protection officials have declared that this ban "will create conditions that will help making healthy society where no representative smokes".</p>