Vietnam Taking Measures to Educate Public about E-cigarettes

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Vietnam Taking Measures to Educate Public about E-cigarettes
Police in Spring Sun County, Vietnam are taking multiple measures to educate the public about the harmful effects of e-cigarettes.

In recent days, according to Vietnamese media outlet Baohatinh, the police department of Chunyang County in Ha Tinh Province, Vietnam, is taking various measures to promote public awareness about the harmful effects of e-cigarettes. These efforts include educating school teachers and students.


The police department in Chunyang County, in collaboration with local schools, organized a law-themed publicity event, which focused on highlighting the harmful effects of e-cigarettes. Over 800 students and teachers participated in this event, gaining a comprehensive understanding of the legal regulations and preventive measures concerning e-cigarettes.


According to statistics from the Chunyang County Police Department, they have collaborated with 25 middle schools and primary schools within the county to organize 25 anti-drug and e-cigarette education events this year. Over 13,000 teachers and students have participated in these activities.


Recently, the Chunyang County Police Bureau has intensified its efforts to combat, prevent, and address illegal activities regarding the buying, selling, and use of e-cigarettes. They have scrutinized suspicious behaviors involving the purchase, storage, use, and organization of e-cigarettes in order to develop strategies.


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