Botswana’s ‘life-saving’ coming tobacco rules will leave e-cigarettes unaffected

Proposed tobacco regulations in Botswana that would place restrictions on the sale and marketing of tobacco products but leave vaping products unencumbered have been hailed by public health experts as “life-saving”.

The regulations implementing the country’s Tobacco Control Act of 2021 are not yet finalised but are in an advanced stage of development, having already been published in the country’s official gazette at the end of October.

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