WHO Aims To Help 100M Smokers Quit With Launch Of Yearlong Global Campaign

VOA News: WHO Targets 100 Million Smokers in Yearlong Global Campaign
“The World Health Organization is calling on governments around the world to ensure their citizens have resources and tools to help them give up tobacco smoking as it launches a yearlong campaign aimed at helping 100 million people quit. The campaign, Commit to Quit, is focusing on 22 countries including the United States, and it officially got under way Tuesday ahead of World No Tobacco Day 2021, in May…” (12/8).

Additional coverage of the new campaign is available from U.N. News.

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