Anutin Charnvirakul, minister of public health, reiterated the ban and claimed that vaping constituted a major health danger, particularly for young people. The Public Health Minister used these statistics to reiterate Thailand’s ban on e-cigarettes, saying the nation had learned from other nations. Vaping has been related to diseases of the heart, blood vessels, brain, liver, skin, oral, and dental systems. E-cigarettes can be just as dangerous as conventional cigarettes, if not more dangerous. The Tobacco Control Research and Knowledge Management Center’s director has a different opinion. Younger people are more susceptible to the dangerous components and risks of e-cigarettes.
The government affirms its commitment to outlawing e-cigarettes and vaping
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