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    Smoke-Free

    The MCG is a smoke-free venue.

    Smoking is banned in all parts of the ground on both event and non-event days. This includes all outdoor seating areas, internal roadways and terraces.

    Pass-outs will be issued at a number of gates throughout the day or evening.

    In accordance with MCG regulations, members and their guests may be asked to leave the ground if they ignore the ban.

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