Ireland prepares to shut the door against e-cig sales and advertising to under-18s

It will soon be illegal to sell e-cigarette products to under-18s in Ireland after ministers received government approval to bring forward a bill containing a wide range of measures on smoking and vaping.

“The publication of the Public Health (Tobacco Products and Nicotine Inhaling Products) Bill marks a significant step on our journey to a tobacco-free Ireland,” said Hildegarde Naughton, minister for public health, wellbeing and the national drugs strategy. “The protection of children, by ensuring that they do not begin to smoke or vape, is fundamental to meeting the objectives of our national tobacco control policy.”


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