Poland is the first country to ban e-cigarettes in a nationwide ban following the countrys e-cigarette ban last year.
However, there are still many smokers still using the device in the country.
“We still have a lot of smokers, mainly young people,” said the head of the Polish Tobacco Industry Association, Janko Mihalycz.
“They use the e-cigarettes and it’s also causing a lot more cases of lung cancer.”
A national health agency said that since the ban, there has been a 50% decrease in the number of e-cigs being sold.
However, it is still widely used by the Polish population, as it is cheaper than cigarettes.
According to a study released by the Health and Medical Council, e-smokers use a total of 30% more than regular smokers.
Although the country is one of the most e-lighter-friendly in Europe, it does have its share of restrictions on e-smoking.
The ban on e smoking in Poland has already been overturned in several other European countries.
In December 2017, the European Court of Justice ruled that a ban on electronic cigarettes in the Netherlands was unconstitutional.
In 2018, the country voted in favor of a bill that would have allowed e-users to continue to use nicotine-laced e-liquid.
Poland’s e-policies have been a focus of international attention.
The country’s e cigarette ban is being challenged in several countries, and in June, a federal court in Poland overturned the country’s ban on sales of e cigs.