Six-month grace period for smoking ban


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  • Tuesday, 18 Dec 2018

KUALA LUMPUR: The first six months after eateries nationwide have been gazetted as “no-smoking” zones from January, will be more of a grace period to educate and warn smokers.

“Although we have the authority to penalise offenders, according to standard practice, the first six months would be more towards warning and education.

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