Walmart just released a memorandum which says it will stop selling e-cigarettes on all U.S. locations. This comes as a response amid the health crisis caused by e-cigarettes and vape. In their memo, they stated that they are doing this due to the "regulatory complexity" and "uncertainty" that these products have.

In that memo, they've stated that "Given the growing federal, state and local regulatory complexity and uncertainty regarding e-cigarettes, we plan to discontinue the sale of electronic nicotine delivery products at all Walmart and Sam’s Club U.S. locations, We will complete our exit after selling through current inventory."

There are about a total of 530 people who were diagnosed with vaping-related illnesses. This data comes from U.S. Health officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirming that there are other probable cases in 38 states and of one U.S. territory.

There are seven deaths that were reported, with the first one coming from Illinois and only happened as of late last month.

As of the moment, the CDC has not identified the substance or product that is linked to all the cases but nevertheless warns users of its risks. There are also reports wherein patients use e-cigs with cannabinoid products. One of which is the tetrahydrocannabinol.

The CDC is working with the Food and Drug Administration is testing samples from the e-cigarette products that were used by the patients to solve the mystery of this vape-related health crisis.