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The Australian Medical Association (AMA) has raised concerns young people are continuing to access vaping products despite an import ban coming into effect. From the start of October, the Australian Border Force has had the power to intercept packages of nicotine e-cigarettes, nicotine pods or liquid nicotine.

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) said the decision to prohibit imports was because of a "significant increase" in their use by children as young as 11 who were "illegally" being sold them.