Out to curb sale of vape products to students


  • Nation
  • Saturday, 29 Jun 2019

A worrying trend: Secondary school students posing as vapers during school time. A task force has been set up to control the situation in schools.

PUTRAJAYA: The task force set up to tackle vaping and e-cigarette issues will focus on efforts to check the sale of such products to students, says Dr Lee Boon Chye.

The Deputy Health Minister said there were still many online promotions on vape products and e-cigarettes, targeting students, although various efforts had been made to shut down such websites.

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