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Chulalongkorn University has announced that the university area is a district. “Free Hemp-Hemp”

Date 19 Jun 2022 time 11:53

Chulalongkorn University announces a policy to protect the health of students, students and university workers From the use of cannabis plants, hemp, effective from June 20 onwards

Chulalongkorn University has published the Chulalongkorn University announcement on the policy to protect the health of students, students and workers in the university. From the use of cannabis plants or hemp in educational areas of Chulalongkorn University dated 17 June 2022 with the following content:

Article 1. The area of ​​​​academic area of ​​the university shall be the area “Free Marijuana or Hemp”

Item 2. Students, students, university workers, entrepreneurs and visitors to the university refrain from possessing, importing, using, buying, selling, exchanging, selling, consuming or consuming cannabis or hemp plants. Processed products containing hemp or hemp plants including food and beverages containing cannabis or hemp plants within the campus area unless it is done for the benefit of research studies with permission from the university or is used for medical reasons with a medical certificate as evidence

Item 3. The university administrators and workers shall jointly supervise students, students and co-workers in the University in order to comply with this announcement. If any university student, student or co-worker is found to have suffered a health impact from the use of cannabis or hemp plants Notify the Chulalongkorn University Health Service Center. at telephone numbers 0-2218-0568 during business hours for further treatment

Article 4. The university will provide knowledge. and build a proper understanding of the use of cannabis or hemp plants. including the dangers of using cannabis or hemp plants for students, students and university workers and coordinate with medical agencies as well as other government agencies To integrate the prevention and surveillance of the effects of the use of cannabis or hemp plants closely on the campus area.

This is from 20 June 2022 onwards.

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