Stanford study reveals how vaping influences coronavirus risks

A SHORT HISTORY OF VAPING AND COVID-19– In March, scientists told Inverse that smokers would like face heightened risk for severe Covid-19. That month, a small study on Chinese patients suggested that smokers were 14 times more likely to progress to severe forms of disease. A May 2020 meta-analysis of 19 papers also suggested that smoking was linked to severe Covid-19 progression.

“E-cigarette use harms your lungs and your immune system, thus possibly making you more at risk for other lung injury, including a virus like Covid-19 that would harm your lungs further,” she explains.

Inverse Stanford study reveals how vaping influences coronavirus risks