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KUCHING: Smokers should comply with the ban on lighting up in eateries in Sarawak or face compounds and possible court action from January next year.
KUCHING: Repeat offenders who keep lighting up at eateries face being brought to court once the smoking ban is fully enforced from January next year.
BUTTERWORTH: The Government will not make any U-turn over its decision to enforce a smoking ban at all eateries nationwide.
SERDANG: Some “recalcitrants” continue to smoke in open-air eateries despite the ban but the Health Ministry will continue its educational enforcement until the law comes into full force by next January, says Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
SERDANG: The smoking ban at open-air eateries will be strictly enforced from Jan 1 next year and compounds will be issued to those flouting the law, says Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
SEPANG: The Health Ministry has launched a five-year (2019 to 2025) “Speak Out” campaign to empower the community to encourage smokers to quit.
SEPANG: The Health Ministry has launched a five-year "Speak Out" campaign to empower people to encourage smokers to quit smoking.
IPOH: Educational enforcement on smoking ban will be intensified in rural areas nationwide, says Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
KUCHING (Bernama): The Sarawak government will discuss with the federal government on the need to have uniform anti-smoking laws at the federal and state levels.
KUALA LUMPUR: The banning of smoking at open-air eateries, especially in urban areas, has been quite successful so far, said Dr Lee Boon Chye.