The harms of tobacco use are well-established. Tobacco causes 8 million deaths every year and when the news came out that smokers were more likely to develop severe disease with COVID-19 compared to non-smokers, it triggered millions of smokers to want to quit tobacco. Smokers have up to a 50% higher risk of developing severe disease and death from COVID-19, so quitting is best thing smokers can do to lower their risk from this coronavirus, as well as the risk of developing cancers, heart disease and respiratory illnesses. Quitting can be challenging, especially with the added social and economic stress that have come as a result of the pandemic. The World No Tobacco Day 2021 campaign aims to empower and support tobacco users on their journey to quit. Colleagues, Friends, Family also have a role to play in encouraging smokers to commit to Quit Tobacco. Encourage your loved ones to Break the habit of any form of tobacco use before its too late. Stay Safe. Stay healthy.