news World NewsWellnessMedicalLifeLegalizationHealthCoronavirusCBD COVID-19 and cannabis: Will connecting the two really lead to a viable treatment? It’s far too early to come to any conclusions, so think about weed as playing a potential role in treatment, not cure. Author of the article: Angela Stelmakowich Covid-19 safety measures are posted while shoppers search for a Christmas tree at a farm in Harrowsmith, Ontario, Canada, on Dec. 5, 2020. / PHOTO BY LARS HAGBERG/AFP VIA GETTY IMAGES The COVID-19 vaccine might be right around the corner, promising to put a less stressed face on 2021 than was the case in 2020, but it’s still a mighty wide turn. Commentary on the coronavirus-cannabis-connection that has ranged from wildly optimistic to ire-inducing will likely continue to be fodder for more study in the coming year as the world manages its way to a new normal.