A ban on smoking in all indoor dining areas was introduced in South Australia in January 1999. l As of 6 December 2004, smoking was banned in all enclosed public places, workplaces and shared areas under amendments to the Tobacco Products Regulation Act 1997 (SA) (‘the Tobacco Products Regulation Act’). 14 Smoking restrictions in enclosed licensed hospitality premises were phased in from 2004, with a total ban on smoking in all enclosed areas of pubs, clubs and the Adelaide casino beginning on 1 November 2007. 15 li South Australia, the Australian Capital Territory and Tasmania are the only Australian jurisdictions to have completely banned smoking within all enclosed areas of casinos. Other states and territories provide exemptions from indoor smoking bans for high-roller rooms in casinos (see Chapter 15, Section ).
Cuba has prohibited smoking in most work places, removed cigarette machines and made it illegal to sell tobacco products near schools since February 2005.  The ban included prohibiting smoking in closed public space, public transportation, educational, health and sporting institutions. However, the ban was not very effective as a study revealed that more than 50% of the population are being exposed to smoking in daily life. In 2014, Cuban authorities said that they are working on passing further anti-smoking legislation. Such legislation will prevent the sale of cigarettes to teenagers under the age of 18. The new legislation will also require tobacco companies to add graphic warnings on the packets.