Mobile Clinics Roam University Campuses to Help Students Quit Smoking
These mobile clinics provide university students and staff with the resources and treatments they need to help them deal with smoking addiction.
The Ministry of Health and Population rolled out mobile clinics across university campuses to reach out to students who wish to quit smoking, raising awareness of its dangers while providing them with resources and treatments that will help them deal with their addiction.
The mobile anti-smoking clinics have already received a large number of students and university staff. As a result of this reception, the Ministry is looking into establishing permanent anti-smoking clinics on university campuses in order to make its services more accessible.