Macau Enacts E-Cigarette Ban to Curb Youth Vaping

Macau Enacts E-Cigarette Ban to Curb Youth Vaping
Macau bans e-cigarettes, with penalties of up to MOP 200,000, to prevent young people from using them.

According to a report from Macau Business, China's Macau has officially implemented the electronic cigarette ban passed in August 2022, as of today, December 5th. The new law prohibits all activities related to the production, sale, distribution, import, and export of electronic cigarettes.

According to health authorities, individuals who use or carry electronic cigarettes will be considered criminals and their personal entities may face fines ranging from 20,000 Macau dollars (approximately 18,000 RMB) to 200,000 Macau dollars (approximately 175,000 RMB).

This ban aims to prevent young people from vaping.

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