Saw this interesting article from New Scientist https://www.newscientist.com/articl...-you-at-greater-risk-of-coronavirus-not-less/ What they are saying is that smoking is actually more risky to lead to severe COVID not less risky. The stats that suggest its less risky are not correct according to the scientists. They say that smoking is naturally lower in the older population that are more likely to end up in hospital. So there is a lot of confusion on this matter. They don't talk about vaping in this article - would be great to get some scientific feedback on vaping and COVID What I found interesting was one of the researchers Nick Hopkinson (from Imperial College) says he is using an app that tracks COVID patients, which suggests that smokers are finding things tougher I haven't done enough looking into this - but I did reach out to him and Dr Farsalinos on Twitter - if they give any feedback I will try share it here.