China promulgated the "Administrative Measures for Electronic Cigarettes" in March, banning the sale of electronic cigarette products other than tobacco flavors. The World Health Organization supports this policy and looks forward to its strong implementation in May of this year.
The World Health Organization stated that the regulation of e-cigarettes is one of the means of comprehensive tobacco control. When the size, sale and circulation of e-cigarettes are not prohibited, member states should also take appropriate regulatory measures. Why do you want to do this?
To protect the public from health risks. E-cigarettes are harmful to users and those around them. Exposure to nicotine in children and teens can affect brain development and potentially make them.
This time, the entry into force of China's e-cigarette regulation is expected by the World Health Organization.