Lunedì, 24 Settembre 2018
ROME

Electronic cigarettes to be banned from Italian schools

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Rome, June 19 - Italian Health Minister Beatrice
Lorenzin on Wednesday said electronic cigarettes will soon be
banned in schools although they will be allowed in public
places.
Lorenzin said her ministry would pass a measure, following
the opinion expressed by Italy's health authority, the Superior
Health Council (ISS) under which electronic cigarettes will not
be banned in public places ''but will be banned in schools and
to minors under 18''.
Earlier this month, Italy's health authority, an advisory
body to the ministry, said about 500,000 Italian smokers had
taken up electronic cigarettes while over two million had tried
them.
The habit is also reportedly growing among smokers between
15 and 24 years of age, according to a joint survey by the ISS
with polling institute Doxa released earlier this month.

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