Perceived Health Risks Associated with the use of Tobacco and Nicotine Products During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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From Tobacco Induced Diseases (June 9, 2021)

Tobacco/nicotine use was perceived to increase the risk of COVID-19 severity and the perceived risk of tobacco/nicotine use to general health was high during the pandemic, particularly for cigarettes.  People who perceived higher risks of using cigarettes and cigars to COVID-19 severity were more likely to have decreased or quit their use.

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