The Brazilian government has implemented some measures to reduce smoking in indoor establishments. There is a Anti-Smoking Law (No. 12,546 / 2011) to banning smoking in fully enclosed spaces, throughout the country, now also prevents smoking in places partially closed at any one of its sides by a wall , partition, ceiling or awning. And no smoking areas. The law also applies to common areas of condominiums and clubs.
So, smoking is only permitted in outdoor areas and without coverage. The smoking is also not allowed inside public means of transportation like planes, buses, trains, cabs and some large supermarkets.