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Poll: Should vaping be banned in public spaces?

Poland introduced a ban this week.

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DURING THE WEEK, Poland banned the use of electronic cigarettes in public spaces.

Earlier this year, new regulations were introduced in Ireland in relation to e-cigarettes and refill containers.

However, the Department of Health previously said it had no plans to ban e-cigarettes in enclosed public spaces such as pubs, restaurants and offices.

E-cigarettes do not contain tobacco, but do contain nicotine.

We want to know what you think: Should vaping be banned in public spaces?

Poll Results:

Yes (7474)
No (6345)
I'm not sure (775)

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Órla Ryan

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