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VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news of Wednesday 3 July 2019.

VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news of Wednesday 3 July 2019.

Vap'News offers you your flash news around the e-cigarette for Wednesday 3 July 2019 day. (Update the news at 10h21)


FRANCE: THE FRENCH E-CIGARETTE IS STILL SMOKING!


In the United States, the fight against the electronic cigarette is a public health issue. Not yet disputed, the e-cigarette is yet perceived as harmful by half of the French public health France has interviewed. (See article)


INDIA: THE GOVERNMENT WOULD LIKE TO BAN E-CIGARETTE COMPLETELY SOON!


The Department of Health has decided to ban electronic cigarettes because it has classified nicotine inhalers as “drugs”. A notification on the matter will likely be issued shortly, the sources mentioned to the newspaper told the newspaper, adding that the proposal to ban the products was part of the Modi government's 100-day program. (See article)


PHILIPPINES: THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH BANS THE USE OF E-CIGARETTE!


The Ministry of Health has banned the use of electronic cigarettes in public, with local government units to be tasked with apprehending offenders. (See article)


AUSTRIA: TOBACCO SOON PROHIBITS BARS AND RESTAURANTS!


After long years of debate, Austria will finally put an end to an exception in Europe by banning tobacco in cafés and restaurants from November, the parliament decided on Tuesday. (See article)


UNITED KINGDOM: 1 SMOKING ON 5 KNOWS THAT TOBACCO CAN LEAD TO BLINDNESS!


A survey by the Association of Optometrists of Great Britain shows that most smokers are unaware that tobacco can cause a number of eye problems. (See article)

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