A public consultation on Brazil’s vape ban or changes will continue until Feb 9

For the vaping ban, Brazil will be reviewed, and anyone can participate in the public consultation, which will end on Feb 9.

According to a recent report by Brazilian media gaz, the Brazilian National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) has launched a public consultation on the use of vapes in Brazil. The consultation will run until 9 Feb and members of the public can provide comments and suggestions via an online form. After the consultation, the National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) evaluates the recommendations received and issues a final report.

 

According to Brazil’s National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa), according to the notice, they are considering reviewing the 2009 national ban on the use of electronic smoking devices, which will affect all types of vapes. The proposal also considers banning advertisements for these products in any media, whether electronic, non-electronic, or other forms of public consumer advocacy.

 

Electronic Smoking Devices (EFS) It has a wide variety of technologies and has been continuously improved over time. Currently, there are many types on the market, including e-cigarettes and boxed e-cigarettes. Some even come with rechargeable batteries or replaceable fragrances. According to the Brazilian provincial National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa), the 2009 ban in Brazil covers all types of electronic smoking devices, including their sale, import, and advertising.