Italy is poised to ban the use of e-cigarettes in most public places


Italy is set to tighten rules on e-cigarettes. Vaping products now do not allow smoking in public places, and smoking near children and pregnant women is punishable.

According to Blitz, law enforcement officials will impose fines, regulations will also minimize e-cigarette advertising and remove smoking areas at airports.

The British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has said he will help crack down on the illegal migration of vaping products across the English Channel.

Italy’s infrastructure and Transport Minister Matteo Salvini was furious about the new law, saying it was because of e-cigarettes that he quit smoking.


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