Focus on anti-vape campaign

Health danger: The ministry is planning to ask parents and schools to help stop schoolchildren from vaping, especially in schools.

BANGI: The Education Ministry is set to intensify anti-vape campaigns in schools after reports of a primary schoolgirl who was found vaping went viral.

It was reported that a photo of the schoolgirl vaping at a bus stop was shared on social media, including allegations that vape was freely distributed to students by irresponsible people.

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