January 13th, 2020
The Czech Republic is the seventh country in the world with the highest number of cigarettes smoked per person a year, more than 2,400, senior citizens being the heaviest smokers according to a survey by the Czechia in Data project. Almost one-fifth of all deaths in the Czech Republic is attributed to smoking cigarettes. "The most cigarettes are smoked by senior citizens aged 65 and older. Over 11 percent of them smoke more than 25 cigarettes per day," the survey's authors said.