Health

Philippine police say will arrest anyone flouting vaping ban

This photo illustration shows a customer smoking at a vape store in Manila on November 20, 2019. Just hours after Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced he would ban e-cigarette use, police were ordered on November 20 to begin arresting people caught vaping in public and to confiscate the devices. / AFP / DANTE DIOSINA JR

 

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