Finland plans to make the whole country tobacco-free by 2040

Government officials in Finland plan to make the country tobacco-free by 2040.This
means they want less than 2% of their adults to consume tobacco in any
form by that deadline and more than 98% of the Finnish population saying
no to cigarettes,
snuff and other forms of smokeless tobacco, cigars, pipes and even

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Smoking rates in Finland have been on
the decline in recent

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