It will come into force on May 1


According to the State Tobacco Monopoly Administration, the regulation was released on March 11 and will take effect on May 1.The main contents are as follows: first, define the definition of e-cigarettes and the object of supervision;The second is to implement license management for e-cigarette production, wholesale and retail entities. There will be no new administrative license categories for e-cigarette license management, but corresponding items will only be added to the scope of license for tobacco monopoly production, wholesale and retail.Third, implement channel management on e-cigarette sales, establish e-cigarette trading management platform, standardize e-cigarette sales mode;Fourth, the whole process of e-cigarette product quality management, the establishment of e-cigarette product technology review and tracking mechanism;Fifth, we will supervise the transportation, import and export of e-cigarettes in accordance with the law.In addition, e-cigarette sales outlets should not be set up near ordinary primary and secondary schools, special education schools, secondary vocational schools, special schools and kindergartens, according to the regulation.Exhibitions, forums and expos promoting e-cigarette products in various forms are prohibited.Ban the sale of e-cigarette products to minors.Sales or disguised sales of e-cigarette products through vending machines are prohibited.Sales of flavored e-cigarettes other than tobacco flavor and e-cigarettes that can add their own aerosol will be banned.Reporter visits discovery, at present the e-cigarette product on market advocate still is fruit taste.Some smokers have already started stocking up on e-cigarettes in response to the new rules in May.Zhang Jianshu, president of the Beijing Tobacco Control Association, said the ban on the sale of flavored e-cigarettes other than tobacco is still aimed at protecting minors from temptation, as e-cigarettes with various flavors are highly attractive to minors.The new regulation clearly bans the sale of e-cigarette products to minors.The reporter’s visit found that many offline businesses have already started to verify whether the buyer is an adult when they sell e-cigarettes.On The 12th, the reporter came to an offline store in Jinan, hoping to buy e-cigarettes.At the time of payment, the staff first guided the reporter to carry out the real-name authentication of the member, and then carried out collection.Reporters noted that in the process of real-name authentication, you need to fill in the name and ID number, and then the system will carry out face recognition comparison, to ensure that I am authenticated.However, the reporter noticed that although major e-commerce platforms have shielded e-cigarette products, direct input of “e-cigarette” or related brand name, the search results are not available.But others are selling e-cigarettes on second-hand platforms by adjusting keywords to get around the block.The reporter randomly added a merchant’s wechat, he said, in his shop to buy cheaper than physical stores.”If it’s genuine, you pay ten for every fake.”The seller said that the buyer is a minor can also be shipped.Xiao Fang, 16, has been vaping for a year.In fact, he told reporters, it is not that difficult for minors to buy e-cigarettes.”Some e-cigarettes will be sold in convenience stores, and they will be bought at times when convenience stores are crowded, and the staff will not check their identity.”Xiao Fang said he took advantage of the loophole to buy e-cigarettes to smoke, and if a store clerk checked him, he would excuse himself and find another convenience store.Zhang Jianshu, president of the Beijing Tobacco Control Association, told reporters that e-cigarettes were originally intended to help traditional cigarette users quit smoking.But as more and more tastes emerged, multiple groups, including non-smokers and minors, joined the smoking party.”This new regulation, while protecting the rights and interests of minors, also returns e-cigarettes to their original purpose to some extent.”Zhang Jianshu said.Zhang also warned that e-cigarettes still contain nicotine, propylene glycol, acetaldehyde, heavy metals and other substances, causing certain damage to the human experience.Source: CCTV News Extreme news editor: Chen Zichu produced: Shenyang net statement: in addition to the original content and special instructions, push the manuscript text and pictures are from the network and major mainstream media.The copyright belongs to the original author.If you think the content is infringing, please contact us to delete.Urgent!!!The shenyang taxi driver took one more look at the crowd at work and found…Last night, the list was revealed!This name makes Shenyang proud!Liaoning a place to send missing person notice!

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