Marijuana sales doubled in mid-March as the coronavirus pandemic prompted many to stay home

  • While many people were buying the essentials like toilet paper and food, others were stocking up on their marijuana supply.
  • As stay-at-home orders went into place cannabis sales in California, Washington, Nevada, Colorado and Oregon saw big spikes.
  • Cannabis analytics company Headset has been keeping track of sales during the coronavirus pandemic.

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