Is it possible to use vapes at the 2022 Qatar World Cup?

Qatar 2022 World Cup does not allow the use of e-cigarettes

Before embarking on a trip, any vape user should research the country’s vaping laws. If you plan a trip to a country where vaping is prohibited, it is best to avoid being fined or worse, imprisoned.

That is why fans traveling to Qatar for the 2022 World Cup must exercise extreme caution: Qatar is a no-smoking country, including e-cigarettes, and the penalties are severe.

If your destination allows vaping and you’re flying, keep this important safety advice in mind. Batteries and e-cigarette devices should always be carried in hand luggage because they require a pressure-controlled environment and cannot be left in checked baggage.

To help you avoid pitfalls while traveling, we’ve compiled a list of countries that have outright banned vapes:

 

1. Antigua and Barbuda

2. Australia (unless you have a prescription)

3. Bhutan

4. Brazil

5. Brunei

6. Cambodia

7. Colombia

8. Ethiopia

9. Gambia

10. India – banned in 2019

11. Iran

12. Japan (it is legal to smoke non-nicotine e-cigarette oil)

13. North Korea

14. Kuwait

15. Laos

16. Lebanon

17. Mauritius

18. Mexico

19. Nepal

20. Nicaragua

21. Oman

22. Palestine

23. Panama

24. Qatar

25. Seychelles

26. Singapore

27. Sri Lanka

28. Suriname

29. Syria

30. Thailand

31. Timor-Leste

32. Turkmenistan

33. Uganda

34. Uruguay

35. Vatican City

36. Venezuela

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