Mauritius Mauritius

Mauritius’ health warnings policy came into effect in 2007, and was revised in 2009. Health warnings are required to cover 60% of the front and 70% of the back of all cigarette packages, meaning 65% of the overall package space is appropriated to health warnings. Each side of the principle display surface has text written in either French or Creole. Eight warnings are rotated on cigarette packages.

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Health Warnings

2009 to Present**

Mauritius 2009 Addiction - chained to cigarette, clever
Addiction
Mauritius
2009
Mauritius 2009 ETS baby - harms health of babies
ETS – Baby
Mauritius
2009
Mauritius 2009 Health Effects Death - hospitalized, lived experience
Health Effects – Death
Mauritius
2009

Mauritius 2009 Health Effects Heart - open heart surgery
Health Effects – Heart
Mauritius
2009
Mauritius 2009 Health Effects Lung - healthy vs unhealthy comparison, lung cancer
Health Effects – Lung
Mauritius
2009
Mauritius 2009 Health Effects Mouth - mouth cancer, gross
Health Effects – Mouth
Mauritius
2009
Mauritius 2009 Health Effects Sex - impotence, clever
Health Effects – Sex
Mauritius
2009
Mauritius 2009 Health Effects Stroke - causes stroke, handicapped man
Health Effects – Stroke
Mauritius
2009

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