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A previous study revealed that 188,020 children below 12 smoke either conventional cigarettes and e-cigarettes, says the Health Ministry.

This was based on the findings of the Tobacco and E-cigarette Survey Among Malaysian Adolescents (Tecma) carried out by the Public Health Institute (PHI) in 2016.

 

"A total of 125,714 children smoked conventional cigarettes while a total of 62,306 smoked e-cigarettes," the Health Ministry said in a written reply to a question raised by Chan Foong Hin (PH-Kota Kinabalu) in Dewan Rakyat on Monday (March 21).