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.
Every day a report is released with current trends, and the biggest increase in adult-use sales last month was between March 14-16.
At one point California saw a 90% increase in sales during that time period.
While some dispensaries have had to close because they are not deemed essential, they have shifted to online sales and deliveries.
Since mid-March, sales have tampered down but still remain higher than usual.