For vapers out there using Juul e-cigarettes, the Food and Drug Administration has ordered the company to stop selling its products. the product pull its products from shelves, citing lack of data and evidence to assess their potential health risks.

The movement is part of the FDA’s effort to bring scientific scrutiny or analysis to the multibillion-dollar vaping industry after years of regulatory delays. This is the latest blow to the company widely blamed for starting a national surge in teen vaping.

Back here on Guam, KUAM News has confirmed that one retailer selling the e-cigarette, ABC Store, has pulled all Juul products from its shelves across all their branches on island. They are awaiting instruction on what to do with banned vaping products.

According to a 2017 Guam global youth tobacco survey, 1 out of every 3 students between the ages of 13 and 15 used e-cigarettes. Another study showed that nearly 1 in every 4 middle school students in Guam vape. The island has seen a staggering rate of youth vaping despite it being illegal to purchase or sell vaping to products to those under 21 year old.