VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news of Tuesday 25 June 2019.

VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news of Tuesday 25 June 2019.

Vap'News offers you your flash news around the e-cigarette for the 25 June 2019 Tuesday. (Update the news at 10h07)


FRANCE: THE PROGRAM OF THE 3EME SUMMIT OF THE VAPE IS FALLING!


The 3e Summit of the Vape will take place on October 14 2019 in Paris with the ambition to change the eyes on the vaping. The full program and rates are available on the official website of the event. (View site)


CANADA: RIGHT4VAPERS RESPONDS TO INCREASING VAPOTAGE IN YOUNG PEOPLE


Provincial anti-smoking coalitions and physician groups reacted immediately to the results of the study, and media headlines speak for themselves: a recent report by the British Medical Journal shows that Canada experienced a "phenomenal", "dizzying" and "colossal" increase in teenage vaping. (See the article)


FRANCE: 700 000 SMOKERS HAVE REMOVED TOBACCO IN RECENT YEARS


In 7 years, hundreds of thousands of smokers have managed to limit their smoking or even stop smoking, according to a study by Public Health France. The e-cigarette would be largely responsible for stopping smoking in France. (See the article)


USA: FLORIDA BANS VAPOTAGE FROM 1ER JULY!


Several new laws will come into force next week in Florida, including a ban on vaping in enclosed workplaces. The Voke Ban Effective July 1er is an extension of the Florida Clean Indoor Air Act, originally adopted in 1985 to protect people from second-hand smoke, and repeatedly amended over the past 30 years. (See the article)

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