Australia Nicotine import ban is Delayed until 1 January 2021.

“This is a big win for vapers across Australia,” On June 26 2020, Health Minister Greg Hunt announced he is delaying the implementation of the nicotine import ban until 1 January 2021.

The minister faced an industry campaign, petitions and lobbying from individuals in favour of vaping and coordinated pressure from some members of his backbench in response to his plans to implement a ban from this Wednesday, July 1.

Under the prohibition, the import of vaporiser nicotine and e-cigarettes would only be approved with a doctor’s prescription. Those in breach of the ban could face a fine of up to $222,000.

E-cigarettes containing liquid nicotine, and nicotine vaporiser refills are already banned from sale within Australia.

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We at Kiwicig thank everyone who fought against this Ban.

We will continue trading again to Australia. So please continuing ordering from us.

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