Schools in the United States are launching a new and stricter program to prevent students from using e-cigarettes in schools and nearby areas. "When students return from spring break, they will be searched to detect if they are using any e-cigarettes," Hamilton school officials announced on March 29.
Last year, the U.S. food and drug administration (FDA) launched a series of tough restrictions on companies to prohibit them from selling e-cigarettes to minors. In September 2018, five tobacco manufacturers were required to submit plans to reduce teen use of their products within 60 days. Schools are also taking action to prevent students from vaping. The school’s leaders said they would use handheld metal detectors to randomly search students' lockers and vehicles parked on campus. Once a student is found using the e-cigarette device, he or she will undergo urine analysis within 48 hours. Hamilton School Supervisor Mike Holbrooke said: "After a week's holiday, students will return to school on April 8th, and the search will be started then too." "The students will be randomly checked by specially trained school workers and this will be continued to do." He added: "some students who the staff thinks is suspicious will be targeted." The staff can use the metal detector daily and randomly search for any student. This check can be done at any time and everywhere at school which includes the student's belongings, lockers, vehicles, and other items.
The Hamilton School and other schools have launched a campaign to prevent minors from using e-cigarettes locally and even across the United States. It aims at the illegal behavior of some vendors selling e-cigarettes to students. We hereby call for banning the sale of e-cigarettes to minors. Vladdin contains nicotine which is a highly addictive substance. It is not It to sell to non - smokers.