Enforce e-cigar ban, Baguio schools told

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BAGUIO CITY: The city council has urged all schools, universities and other learning institutions in the city to strictly implement the banning of the entry, possession, sale and use of electronic nicotine and non-nicotine delivery systems for e-cigarettes or vape products within school premises.

In a resolution, local legislators stated that to protect young learners and the youth from being exposed to tobacco, e-cigarettes and vape products, it is desirable to create a reformed culture that establishes awareness and cuts of their contact with such products while inside school premises.

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