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Hong Kong Gov Isn't Blowing Smoke With Plans To Jail Vapers

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Hong Kong Gov Isn't Blowing Smoke With Plans To Jail Vapers

Hong Kong Gov Isn't Blowing Smoke With Plans To Jail Vapers

35 million people around the world are believed to be using e-cigarettes or heat-not-burn products.

The World Health Organization has cautioned that the long-term effects of vaping are unknown, and the nicotine they contain is addictive.

And according to CNN, the government of Hong Kong doesn't like that one bit.

In fact, Hong Kong has banned e-cigarettes and heat-not-burn products entirely, and will jail anyone caught using them.

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