LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — What happened in Coachella has apparently caused a spike in herpes cases.

The website HerpAlert, which tracks, diagnoses and treats herpes, says there has been a spike in the disease after the Coachella Music Festival, which wrapped up its two-weekend run last Sunday.

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New cases were reported in the communities of Coachella Valley, Los Angeles and San Diego.

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The site says a record 250 herpes cases per day were reported between the two weekends of Coachella.

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Symptoms of herpes include blisters, cold sores, vaginal discharge and pain when urinating. Herpes is treatable, but there is no cure for the disease.