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Nov. 22 2019 – “I’m now ordering all law enforcement agencies to arrest everybody vaping in public because, like smoking, you contaminate people,” the president told reporters. He added that the use and importation of the e-cigarette devices would be banned, though he did not say when this would come into effect … “I will ban it, the use and the importation. I hope everybody is listening. Please relay this to them. You know why? Because it is toxic,” Duterte said. The president’s comments came just days after the after health authorities in the Philippines reported the nation’s first vaping-related lung injury, which resulted in a 16-year-old girl being hospitalized. Almost 1,500 cases of vaping related illnesses have been reported in the U.S. in recent months, with 33 deaths associated with vaping, according to figures released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last month.

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