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'Dare to stop smokers"


Public health assistant officer Muhammad Fahmi Asri Amir, 24, (right) giving an explanation to customer Ridzuan Yaakob, 43, (second right) and Rosmah Yassin, 43, on the No Smoking campaign at the Pelita restaurant.

Public health assistant officer Muhammad Fahmi Asri Amir, 24, (right) giving an explanation to customer Ridzuan Yaakob, 43, (second right) and Rosmah Yassin, 43, on the No Smoking campaign at the Pelita restaurant.

GEORGETOWN: If you are caught puffing on your nicotine sticks in the heritage enclave or any other gazetted no-smoking places, you will still be fined, says state Health Committee chairman Dr Afif Bahardin.

He said while enforcers were only conducting “educational enforcement” at eateries now and giving smokers warning for spewing out secondhand smoke for other diners, doing that in other gazetted no-smoking places would still be costly.

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