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Homer Wei-Kwok Tso

Chairman

Hong Kong Council on Smoking and Health

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www.medical-industry-news.com

Dr Homer Wei-Kwok Tso, Chairman of the Hong Kong Council on Smoking and Health (COSH), received the WHO Director-General's award for tobacco control.Dr Tso has been a major force in supporting legislative amendments on tobacco- control measures.Through his leadership, COSH has been a strong partner of the Government of Hong Kong in keeping the smoking prevalence of Hong Kong below 15%.


www.thestandard.com.hk [cached]

Homer Tso, chairman of Hong Kong Council on Smoking and Health, reiterated that the prohibition should be total and fair, and should not have included the grace period.Rejecting the claim that the prohibition will hurt the nightlife industry, Tso challenged: "Who is going to bear the cost to those workers suffering from passive smoke for three years more?"


www.thestandard.com.hk [cached]

Despite strong opposition for any anti-smoking legislation by the catering and entertainment sectors, Homer Tso, chairman of the Hong Kong Council on Smoking and Health, said the issue affects everyone."It's not an issue of us against them.This is a `we' issue.Whether you are a smoker, non-smoker, the honorable legislator or the man on the street like me, we are being poisoned by this terrible [smoke]," Tso said.


www.thestandard.com.hk [cached]

Hong Kong Council on Smoking and Health chairman Homer Tso said he was disappointed by the prolonged timetable."A comprehensive smoking ban will take a further three to five years to be fully introduced.During this period, more people will suffer and who will bear the responsibility?"he asked.


www.thestandard.com.hk [cached]

At a meeting of the Legislative Council's bills committee, also held Thursday, Homer Tso, chairman of the Hong Kong Council on Smoking and Health, called for further amendments to the anti-smoking bill.He said smoking kills 20 people in Hong Kong every day, and the government should ban smoking in outdoor public areas, such as bus terminals and parks.


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