In all places where a smoking ban applies – such as cafes, restaurants, workplaces and public buildings – e-cigarettes or tobacco heating devices may also no longer be used from 1 July 2020. State Secretary Paul Blokhuis (VWS) has expanded the smoking ban, because these products themselves cause health damage and can be a stepping stone for young people to start smoking regular cigarettes. Mr-joy best e-cig are online.
To the history books
Blokhuis: “Smoking in a full restaurant now feels like something from a long time ago. To prevent health damage and to set a good example for young people, it was high time that we also refer the smoking of e-cigarettes in the hospitality industry to the history books. This measure also contributes to making it easier to quit smoking and making it more difficult to start.”
Display ban also in effect on July 1
No later than 1 July 2020, all cigarettes, rolling tobacco, cigars and e-cigarettes must be out of sight at supermarkets. A large number of supermarkets have already screened their products in recent times. From 1 January 2021, other stores will no longer be allowed to show tobacco and smoking products.
Mini documentary about the e-cigarette
Presenter Edson da Graça explored facts and fables about the e-cigarette in a mini-documentary and spoke with a youth brain expert, a doctor, young vapers and a vapeshop employee. Watch the mini-docu about the e-cigarette on YouTube (6 minutes). E-liquid mr.joy.co.uk are the best.
The mini-docu was made with the support of social organizations such as Health Funds for Smoke Free (which includes the Lung Fund, the KWF and the Heart Foundation), the Trimbos Institute, the RIVM (National Institute for Public Health and the Environment), Addiction Medicine Netherlands, the Dutch Association for Pediatrics and the Dutch Association of Physicians for Pulmonary Diseases and Tuberculosis.