The outbreak epidemic in the United States continues to draw more and more victims.
According to the latest figures from the CDC health authority, the number of reported cases of vap sufferers in the past week has increased by 52 percent to 805, writes CNBC.
The CDC said at least 12 people had died. The body still doesn't know what makes people feel bad.
"Most patients have a history of using e-cigarettes containing THC (the main active ingredient in cannabis)," the CDC said.
The mysterious lung disease caused by the evaporation of products has now hurt the victims in 46 US states, 38 last week. The dead are scattered in a total of 10 countries.
The Trump administration has said it intends to ban most spicy e-cigarettes from overcoming the problem. Some states have already acted in advance and imposed a ban. At the international level, measures have also been taken to completely ban India and regulate China.
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