Illinois Cannabis and COVID-19: What you need to know

Can Cannabis Help Prevent COVID-19?

Hey everybody, hope you’re all staying healthy and safe in these crazy times. We know that the news is changing by the minute. We are going to assume you’ve been keeping up with the latest developments. Just in case you haven’t, here’s some info here and here. There’s a lot of uncertainty out there as to how long the Coronavirus madness is going to last. That said, we want to keep you updated on the little we do know at this point. We want to do so, so that you can make informed decisions as it relates to Illinois marijuana. This is what we know so far – Illinois Cannabis and COVID-19: What you need to know.

Illinois Cannabis event cancellations due to COVID-19

We recently posted an article about upcoming cannabis events. Please check the link and stay up to date as to which events are getting rescheduled to later in the year. Some are getting canceled altogether. As a side note, we had not posted any news about Illinois 420 events yet because of the developing coronavirus situation. Expect to see those rescheduled to later in the year.

Illinois Cannabis dispensaries running low on product

Illinois has already been hit with pot shortages, ever since recreational legalization became a thing in January. Now in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, dispensaries are dealing with even more shortages than ever. Some only have supply for medical patients until further notice. So before you go, please check with your preferred dispensary here and here. Make sure they’ve got what you want before you make the trip.

Illinois Cannabis delivery services

As we talked about in the past, Illinois cannabis delivery services have started to make a go of it here. If any of these services have product, and you’re not comfortable going out, check them out. Assuming they have the inventory, it’s an option. Just keep in mind that this is a situation that’s changing by the minute, so stay on top of developments as they happen.


So as we all get through this together, keep one best practice in mind. Know before you go. We will be sure to keep you up to date on everything we know as it relates to this crisis as soon as possible. We will get on the other side of it before you know it. In the meantime, stay safe and healthy out there!