Study: Vapers, Smokers Not More Likely to be Infected with COVID-19 by Landon Mion - Townhall
Jun 12, 2021 37 secs

Despite concerns from earlier in the coronavirus pandemic that vaping and smoking could lead to an increased risk of becoming infected with the virus, a new study found that tobacco and electronic cigarette users were not more susceptible to infection.

The results of the study contradict previous claims that both cigarette and vape users were more likely to become infected with the coronavirus and would endure worse symptoms.

While the researchers found no correlation between electronic cigarette usage and heightened coronavirus symptoms or infection rates, others have released conflicting reports.

The conclusion the Mayo Clinic researchers came to in determining that smokers are less likely to be infected with the coronavirus is not a new discovery as many studies came up with similar findings.

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