Nagasaki University in Japan will not hire who smoke. It wants to create a place to work and . The university said: "Our ...is to look after our staff. We feel have to discourage from smoking." It said there would be no smoking in the from August. People won't be able to take into the university from 2020. About per cent of the university's professors and teachers smoke.
There is a growing in Japan to end smoking in spaces, including restaurants and bars. Many in Tokyo are no-smoking areas, of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. The of smokers in Japan is falling. In 1966, 49 per cent of adults smoked. Last year, it was 28 per cent. One in Japan wants its staff to quit smoking. It is giving days off to workers do not smoke. Some staff stopped smoking.