The intensive care unit at the Martin Luther King Jr Community Hospital, in one of Los Angeles' poorest districts, is well-accustomed to death, but with the city now at the heart of the United States's Covid-19 pandemic, medics say they have never seen anything on this scale.
The anniversary of China confirming its first coronavirus death slips by unmarked in Wuhan as commuters move freely to work while parks and riverside promenades buzz with walkers in a city determined to banish its tag as the coronavirus ground zero.
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