Tran Thi Trang, deputy head of the Legal Affairs Department under the Ministry of Health, speaks about the Law on Alcohol Harm Prevention and Control which will take effect on January 1, 2020. What regulations have been set in the Law on Alcohol Harm Prevention and Control to minimise harm caused by alcohol? According to the World Health Organisation, Vietnam’s Law on Alcohol Harm Prevention and Control has a lot of new articles which other countries can learn from. The law has comprehensive resources and solutions to reduce accessibility to and consumption of alcohol to cut down on alcohol harm. The progressive point of the law is to ban people who have alcohol in their blood or breath from driving. In some European countries, the alcohol level of between 0.2 and 0.5mg per litre of breath is still permitted. The level of zero in blood or breath is a strict regulation as Vietnam has a large number of motorbikes (33 million). To reduce the availability of alcohol, the law has banned alcohol sales at healthcare, educational and entertainment facilities, as well as drug addict rehab centres, social protection centres, offices and public areas. The Government is also proposing a sales… Read full this story
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