Survey: Most Malaysians want e-cigs, vape ban

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  • Sunday, 02 Dec 2018

Cloudy: Vapers at a vaping rights campaign in Saloma Restaurant.The trend has grown in popularity but surveys have found that vaping may not be a healthy alternative to smoking, as once believed.

PETALING JAYA: Most Malaysians want e-cigs and vape (ECV) banned.

Two-thirds of the National E-cigarette Survey (NECS) 2016 respondents want ECV banned while over 90% want them prohibited in places where smoking is banned.

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