Estonia abides by the EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) (2014). E-cigarettes are classified as tobacco related products and are regulated by the Tobacco Act 2016. They may also be brought to the market as medicinal products, in which case they would be regulated by the Medical Devices Act. Sales of e-cigarettes to, on behalf of, or by minors (under 18 years) is prohibited. Possession and use of e-cigarettes by minors are also prohibited in Estonia. Advertising and promotion of e-cigarettes are banned by the Tobacco Act (2016) and by the Advertising Act (2015). Vaping is not allowed in a multitude of mainly youth or child focussed public places, such as children’s social welfare institutions, pre-schools, schools, vocational institutions, hobby schools, youth centres or youth camps. In 2017, an excise tax on e-cigarette fluid was introduced at €0.20 per millilitre (€2.00 per standard bottle). From July 2019, flavours for e-cigarettes are banned.