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MOST operators in Ipoh have seen a positive response from customers since the smoking ban at eateries came into effect nationwide on Jan 1.
SOME 26 people in Perak were caught smoking at eateries by state Health Department enforcement officers on the first day of the smoking ban.
GEORGE TOWN: A 60-year-old hawker at the Bayan Baru Food Court here was among the first to be slapped with a RM250 fine for lighting up on the first day of the nationwide smoking ban.
PETALING JAYA: Supporters of the smoking ban have urged the public to ensure the success of the enforcement phase.
FROM MUHAMMAD SHA’ANI ABDULLAH , Coordinator, Tobacco Control/ @SmokeFreeMY Initiative, Federation of Malaysian Consumer Associations
PETALING JAYA: If the eatery operator has done all that has to be done to discourage smoking and the smoker still puffs away, only the latter will be fined, says Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
Smokers in Sabah beware: Starting Jan 1,2020, action will be taken on those who light up at eateries
KOTA KINABALU: After a year of educating the public on not smoking at eateries, the Health Ministry will no longer tolerate or compromise on those who refuse to abide by the law, starting Jan 1,2020.
IPOH: The Health Ministry is hoping that medical graduates will get their housemanship placement within six months by next year, says Dr Lee Boon Chye.
KUALA LUMPUR: A Pakatan Harapan lawmaker wants the Health Ministry to halt the implementation of the smoking ban at open-air eateries on Jan 1 next year until a proper regulation is set up for the vape industry.
KUALA LUMPUR: A Pakatan Harapan lawmaker wants the Health Ministry to halt the implementation of the smoking ban at open-air eateries on Jan 1 next year until proper regulation is put in place for the vape industry.