Johor officially bans sale of vape products


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 02 Dec 2015

NUSAJAYA: The Johor government has officially banned all sale of vape products including its equipment and liquids from next year. 

The decision was made during the state executive councillor meeting held at Bangunan Dato Jaafar Muhammad in Kota Iskandar here on Wednesday. 

Johor Local Government and Housing Executive chairman Datuk Latiff Bandi said all local councils statewide would be given a directive about the matter. 

"There will be no more selling of flavour liquids and mods in Johor anymore. 

"From the local councils record, there are 120 registered vape premises in Johor and we advise them to close their shop before Jan 2 as we will take action against stubborn sellers," he said.
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