Five years after Mayo University Hospital was declared a smoke-free campus, compliance with the policy has started to reduce, with patients and visitors frequently smoking outside the main entrances of the hospital.

Hospital management are now starting a renewed focus on keeping the area around the hospital, and the hospital grounds, smoke-free.

Visitors, patients and staff are asked to refrain from smoking anywhere on the grounds of the hospital.

New signage has been installed around the hospital entrances, asking people not to smoke and reminding them how important it is to keep the air around the hospital clean.

 

 

 

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