In a dispatch from Los Angeles, The New Yorker asks, "Was quarantine made for cannabis?"
- Several industry professionals responded in the affirmative.
- “Smoking cannabis has helped people stay inside for generations!” someone said. “I didn’t realize I’ve been quarantined full time since 2006.”
- While Angelenos enjoy their essential cannabis, but for businesses the market is "plagued by frustration, delays" and wasted money, MJBiz writes.
- AdWeek finds five ways quarantine has permanently changed the industry.
- Edibles sales are surging.
- Six luminaries talked to Forbes about COVID-19 and the industry.
- NORML is taking a survey on COVID and cannabis.
- To keep them inside, San Francisco is delivering cannabis, tobacco, methadone and other substances to homeless people living in city-leased hotels.