Anti-Smoking Award Won By Federal Gov.
The federal Government has been able to make the progress of all Australian Governments in try to combat smoking over the previous year, as per the reports.
The Australian Medical Association and Australian Council on Smoking and Health scorecard today said the Australian Government should be congratulated.
AMA President, Dr. Andrew Pesce said the Government's wide-ranging and unwavering approach will make Australia the world champion in tobacco management.
The Government successfully earned the highest score because of measures for instance its 25 per cent increase in the excise duty on tobacco.
The scoreboard also could recognize the Government's new movement to cut indigenous smoking over the subsequent four years.
The yearly tobacco scoreboard allots points to every state and terrain in a variety of categories to track how efficient Governments have been at fighting smoking. World No Tobacco Day is on Monday.
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