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The number of deaths from the coronavirus has started to grow again in Europe as a second wave of infections is raging on the continent. In the U.S., deaths have begun to inch up again for a third time since the spring.
Brazil, the third most affected country by the virus, experienced one continuous wave of the disease with death counts currently trending lower after having remained at a high level for months.
According to figures available on Worldometers, Germany has experienced significantly lower rates of death throughout the COVID-19 pandemic than its European peers, but time will tell if this holds up during the second wave of COVID-19.
This chart shows the daily number of COVID-19 deaths recorded in selected countries in 2020 (7-day rolling averages).