Cannabis and COVID-19: What We Know So Far

Article by Anisha Dhiman, Growth Op

NEWS Cannabis and COVID-19: What we know so far From getting high safely at home to helping vulnerable communities, here's how you can flatten the curve By Anisha Dhiman As stores report an uptick in cannabis sales, here's how Canadians can consume responsibly and help flatten the curve. Getty Images “When someone’s lungs are exposed to flu or other infections, the adverse effects of smoking or vaping are much more serious than among people who do not smoke or vape.” iStock / Getty Images Plus Rather than stepping outside to make a pot purchase, learn how to make your cannabis last longer. Getty Images Toronto-based Thaomy Lam has been handing out free gift cards, of value $25 each, to people in need on the streets. Photo provided “Now that I have edibles made, I’d rather they be enjoyed than get stale on my counter.” iStock / Getty Images Plus

The novel coronavirus was first detected in Wuhan, China in December last year. Officially called COVID-19, the virus since then has become a global pandemic. In an effort to control the spread in Canada, it was announced recently that non-essential businesses will shut down in Ontario and Quebec. Pot shops, deemed essential, will remain open.

Cannabis, as it turns out, is an increasingly popular choice of those prepping for isolation.

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