Making Malaysia a tobacco-free nation


Technically speaking, vaping products are not legal in Malaysia, and have also been declared haram by the National Fatwa Council. — Filepic

A 2016 Health Ministry study showed that at least 600,000 children between 11- to 18-years-old in Malaysia are vaping.

This is an unacceptable number, and begs the need for a new and stronger Tobacco Act.

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