California becomes first state to record 600,000 COVID-19 cases

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Walkers wearing protective facial coverings take a stroll along Echo Park Lake. (Photo by Afonso Salcedo)

USC researchers have found the likely order of COVID-19 symptoms after analyzing more than 55,000 cases.

California recorded approximately 603,000 coronavirus cases Friday, making it the first state to pass the 600,000-case threshold. — L.A. Times

Two free walk-up COVID-19 testing sites are opening up. The Echo Park library site will have the capacity to test up to 400 people a day. The Westlake Food 4 Less site was created after 28 employees at the store tested positive in recent weeks, and is open to the public until 4 p.m. today. — The EastsiderFOX Los Angeles

Online learning is impacting not only students’ academics but their opportunities for social and emotional learning as well. Parents can use these experts’ tips and advice to recreate those opportunities at home. — L.A. Times

Across 10 UPS locations across L.A. County, 84 employees have tested positive for COVID-19. — Los Angeles Daily News

The Judicial Council of California voted to end the coronavirus moratorium on eviction and foreclosure proceedings that has been in place since April, beginning Sept. 1. — CBS Los Angeles

Researchers at USC have discovered the likely order in which COVID-19 symptoms appear: a fever, followed by a cough and muscle pain, then nausea or vomiting and diarrhea. The finding helps promote early diagnosis and rule out other diseases. — CBS Los Angeles

LAUSD school bus drivers led a protest caravan in DTLA Thursday calling for federal and state funding to reopen schools. — Reuters