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E-cigarettes will become prescription only in October this year, leading Tasmania's peak business organisation to call for greater education on vaping as a way to quit smoking.

The Therapuetic Goods Administration has essentially made it illegal to import nicotine vaping liquid without a doctors prescription. Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry chief executive Michael Bailey said the state government needed to educate the public about these changes to the laws, and should prioritise vaping as a quit-smoking medicine.