There have been 165 patients in New York reporting what are believed to be illnesses linked to vaping usage, the state Department of Health on Friday announced.

An illnesses believed to be linked to vaping has also resulted in at least one death.

The Health Department for the first time released a map showing vaping cases county-by-county, with many of them concentrated in the New York City metropolitan area.

Patients have varied in age, from 14 to 71. But the vast majority, 61 percent, are under the age of 25.

“We are leaving no stone unturned in our investigation into this ongoing outbreak of vaping-associated illnesses, and will continue to test products, conduct case interviews and use every tool at our disposal to learn more about what is causing this public health crisis,” said Health Commissioner Howard Zucker. “In the meantime, we continue to urge New Yorkers to stop using vape products until the investigation is complete.”

A ban on flavored tobacco used in vaping, which state officials blame for helping to lure kids into using the products, has been delayed by a state court amid a legal challenge from an industry trade group.

Also Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found vaping products tested earlier this September a linkage with Vitamin E acetate and how it may play a role in the current oubreak.

“While no definitive cause has been found, as I’ve said from the very beginning: if you don’t know what you are smoking, don’t smoke it,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a statement.

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