Vaping with Vic drew my attention to this. An excerpt from the full release: “Vaping and COVID-19 E-cigarettes (vapes) can be an effective aid to stopping smoking and staying smokefree. The evidence on the health risks of e-cigarettes is still developing. However, it is clear that vaping is far less harmful to the respiratory system than smoking. There is very little evidence on vaping and COVID-19 and it is unknown whether vaping makes you more susceptible to severe disease if you become infected. If it does, the risk is likely to be much less than if you smoke. Vaping remains much less harmful than smoking for most people and it is very important that you avoid returning to smoking. Vaping involves repetitive hand-to-face movements, which provide greater risk of a route of entry into the body for viruses. To reduce the risk of contact with COVID-19, you should: wash your hands more frequently than usual, for 20 seconds, with soap and water (or use hand sanitiser if soap is not available) clean your e-cigarette regularly Public Health England (PHE) strongly advises against sharing any vaping devices. PHE’s 2018 independent e-cigarette evidence review found that, to date, there have been no identified health risks of passive vaping to bystanders. There is currently no evidence that COVID-19 can be caught from passive exposure to e-cigarette vapour, but in the absence of evidence, we recommend that vapers avoid exhaling clouds of vapour in the presence of others.” Anyone from VPASA on here?