Whenever Matt Culley travels to England, he feels as if he has entered a sort of Twilight Zone.
A prominent vaping advocate on YouTube in the United States, Culley went so far as to describe the scene in the United Kingdom, where he often attends conferences, as a sort of “alternate reality.”
Imagine: You’re visiting a loved one in the hospital, and after popping into the cafeteria to eat a premade bologna sandwich or Jell-o, you’re jonesing for a cigarette.
Smoking, however, has been prohibited in or around the place—even in your car. You’re out of e-juice, too. But that’s not a problem: You’re at the hospital, after all, and you can just run into the vape shop attached to it.
That scenario may sound absurd, but it’s plausible in England, where, in July, Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals actually agreed to allow a vape company to open stores on their property. The hope was that it would discourage people from smoking cigarettes outside.
“Meanwhile, in the U.S., now you have people going to vape shops and telling the owners that they’re killing people,” Culley said. “It’s crazy.”
Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.vice.com
Yes why are People Are Dying from Vaping in the U.S. and Not the U.K????