The city that was once the world's COVID-19 hotspot appears to have left the virus in the past as thousands gathered at a water park for an electronic music festival.
The water park reopened in June and currently gets about 15,000 visitors a day during weekends, according to KTLA.
Theories of this novel coronavirus being unleashed from a Chinese lab in Wuhan have now been repeated by the likes of President Trump and Secretary of State Pompeo. But new research out of Great Britain suggests a much more complicated picture of the origins of COVID-19; that the virus had been circulating among both humans and animals for years as it mutated.
About 170,000 Americans have died from the coronavirus since March 3.
With coronavirus continuing to spread around the nation, identifying symptoms of the illness is crucial for early detection and treatment.
Now researchers have uncovered the order that COVID-19 symptoms are most likely to show up in an infected individual.
According to scientists at the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience, a person with the novel virus will usually first experience fever, then cough and muscle pain, followed by nausea, and/or vomiting, and diarrhea.
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