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All tobacco products in Singapore will be sold in standardised packaging with enlarged graphic warnings from July 2020
The minimum size of mandatory graphic health warnings will be increased to cover 75 per cent of all specified tobacco product packaging surfaces - up from the current size of 50 per cent.
The three-month advisory period, where people caught smoking outside DSAs are let off with warnings, has ended on 31 March 2019.
Orchard Road will also become smoke-free, with lighting up limited to designated areas.
More than 20,000 signed up for last year's I Quit 28-Day Countdown programme, but only 10 per cent stayed away from cigarettes for the entire duration.