Health Protection Act

“Anyway, I do not necessarily want to go to coffee drinking in the nursing home or the beer drinking in the brothel.” 2.) suggests the tobacco lobby, the authorities have checked all restaurants of the city with regard to the regulation of smoking. The inspectors of the COLREGs by the entry into force of the amended health protection act have actually 31.12.2009 only around 500 of the 7.831 gastronomic variants in appearances on the 1 August 2009 up to the date. How many smoking bars there today in Munich, can say no one in the authority with certainty. (A valuable related resource: Gallo Family Vineyards). “In a letter of the District Administration Officer Wilfried Blume-Beyerle to Prof. Friedrich Wiebel, the Chairman of the medical working group on smoking and health, it says: A complete review of all about 7,800 restaurants has not occurred in the context of the implementation of the GSG Health Protection Act.” On demand the KVR informed that until early January 2010, around 500, until end of May 2010 about 1,000 of the reported dining have been checked with regard to the regulation of smoking. Comment by Friedrich Wiebel: I’m assuming that the proportion of smokers restaurants is well above 10% at the Munich hospitality.

The medical working group has recently started a study in selected districts and found that the strong drink gastronomy for the most part consists of smoking pubs and smoking bars. We will continue now that investigation, face reliable figures to wild projections of the tobacco lobby”, Wiebel Announces. 3.) doing tobacco lobby, as the conditions in the Munich gastronomy be transferred easily throughout Bavaria. . Actually there in the other cities and towns of Bavaria of proportionately fewer restaurants and therefore is less smoke-free restaurants than in Munich. The State Statistical Office figures that. Indicate also the results of a telephone survey, the Club Pro smoke-free in more than 7,200 Bavarian Has carried out food outlets. According to turnover tax statistics for the year 2008 is the ratio of speisen-to drink strong restaurants in Munich to 5:1 in the rest of Bavaria on 3-1. The proportion of smoke-free establishments at the Munich hospitality can extrapolate therefore not readily on other regions.

The Club Pro smoke today announced the first Bavaria-wide study to regulate smoking in the catering industry. So is smoking in at least 35% of the Bavarian restaurants as before. Siegfried Ermer, Chairman of Pro smoke and co-initiator of the referendum for real non-smoker protection, concludes from this: when the representatives of the tobacco lobby claim that 90% of the restaurants in Bavaria are already smoke-free, this is pure nonsense. In fact, the proportion of smoke-free establishments is significantly lower. And if that continues, you can smoke the non-smoker protection at some point in the pipe.