Schools and childhood centres in NZ must now display 'no vaping' signs

Source: 1News

From today, schools and childhood centres must display "no vaping" signs.

Vaping indoors is also banned at workplaces, restaurants, licensed premises and school grounds.

It’s just one of multiple new vaping laws being rolled out since last year.

The new signs will join existing "no smoking" signs, making it illegal to smoke or vape indoors and outdoors on school premises.

While creating a smokefree environment is helpful, one quit group says education will have a greater impact on kids.

By November, it will also be illegal to vape in cars with children.