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The death toll from the coronavirus has eased in Europe, but is climbing fast in Brazil. As cases have started growing again in the United States, so have daily death counts. The average number of daily deaths is once again higher in the U.S. than in Brazil, where the outbreak never slowed down.
Hard-hit countries in Europe like France, Italy and Spain have been able to keep daily death counts low. According to figures available on Worldometers and turned into 7-day rolling averages, the UK still had the highest number of average daily deaths in the region.
Germany has experienced significantly lower rates of death throughout the COVID-19 outbreak, as seen in the chart.
This chart shows the daily number of COVID-19 deaths recorded in selected countries in 2020 (7-day rolling averages).
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