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Jordan first introduced pictorial health warnings in 2006. A text health warnings was required to cover 33% of the front of cigarette packages, and a pictorial warning was required to cover 33% of the back of packages.

Larger warnings were adopted in 2013. Text-only health warnings must cover 40% of the front of the pack, and a warning accompanied by an image must cover the bottom 40% of the back of the package. Warning text must be in Arabic. The legislation only applies to cigarette packages and cartons.

Legislation and Regulations

Jordan’s Legislation Library

Health Warnings

2013 to Present**

Jordan 2013 Addiction - symbolic, don't start
Addiction
Jordan
2013
Jordan 2013 ETS Child - Respiratory disease, targets parents
ETS – Child
Jordan
2013
Jordan 2013 ETS Child - targets parents
ETS – Child
Jordan
2013

2006 to 2013**

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