Johor officially bans vaping

NUSAJAYA: Johor has officially become the first state in the country to ban vaping, including taking action against users and traders who sell both liquid flavours and mods.

In a much expected move, the Johor government decided at its weekly executive councillors meeting, chaired by Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Mohamed Khaled Nordin at Bangunan Dato Jaafar here, to implement the ban.

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