In order to prevent additional kids from being addicted to nicotine smoke, the government must act quickly to outlaw vaping and e-cigarettes.

The Health Ministry is being urged by the Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) to decide to outright outlaw all e-cigarettes and vaping products.

N.V. Subbarow, an anti-smoking campaigner and CAP education officer, warned that many children would be in danger if the ministry did not make this decision.

He claimed that a recent study by CAP demonstrated the market's plenty of inexpensive vapes and e-cigarettes that kids could easily purchase.

He claimed that merchants sold these items without requesting the age of the purchasers.

Because of the liquid that is offered in fruit flavors, there are 8-year-old kids who once smoked cigarettes who are now purchasing vape devices. 

Some of the boys who participated in our poll acknowledged to splitting the fees and the gadgets. 

For instance, a group of roughly four or five students will pool their funds to purchase the things. They will congregate in restrooms.

The survey also shows that more teenagers are addicted to them.

As a result, he told the New Straits Times, "the government must decide urgently to outlaw vape and e-cigarettes before more youths become addicted to nicotine smoking."

He was commenting on a recent NST article about young toddlers becoming increasingly poisoned by vapes.

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