For most of us who vape regularly, it would be really difficult to completely remove vaping from our daily routine. Fortunately, there is no reason to do so as of yet since experts have yet to directly correlate vaping with an increased risk of contracting COVID-19. That being said, it is still important to exercise certain precautions. If you tend to vape in a group and like to share your vaporizer with others, it is recommended to avoid doing so at this point in time. Since this disease spreads via saliva droplets the risk of contracting COVID-19 when sharing your vape with others is greater. While this might be a bit of a buzzkill for some it is better to be safe than sorry. We put together this article to discuss how the Coronavirus has impacted the vaping community.
Suffice it to say we are currently living in a challenging time with the onset of COVID-19, commonly referred to as the coronavirus. As a result of the outbreak, multiple industries have been affected, including the vaping industry. Customers may have difficulties in re-stocking their coils, juices, and other products due to them being on backorder. Since vaping products largely come from China there have been disruptions in the global supply chain leading to delays. In addition, you may notice that your local vape shop is closed or is operating under limited hours. To ensure the vaping community stays safe we have provided a few tips on how to stay safe when vaping during this crisis.