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A microscopic view of the SARS coronavirus.

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A microscopic view of the SARS coronavirus.
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  • Hello! Here is our daily roundup of coronavirus stats from the last 24 hours, on a country-by-country basis.
  • Bad news in Spain, but the “plateau” in the US is holding.
  • Progress in Italy, Germany, and UK is extremely slow.
  • Belgium is a small country with a big problem.
  • Scroll on for charts based on data from Worldometers.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

The US: The “new cases” plateau is holding.


That’s good news. But it is not a decline – which you need to end a lockdown – and deaths are still going up.


Spain: This is heartbreaking. Are we seeing a second wave?


Let’s hope not. Deaths remain elevated.


“Active cases” ticked up too.


Italy: Still fighting the good fight but the rate of decline has slowed.


Deaths still elevated at 500+ per day.


France: More messy data making it difficult to say what the real trend is.


France obviously has a problem with uneven data collection.


Germany: Entering “Italy” territory, in the sense that an initial promising decline in new cases has given way to a more feeble rate of decline.


Deaths still growing.


Active cases show the real story.


The UK: Holding on to the plateau, but only just.


Deaths are still over 700 per day.


Active cases still rising. That’s the real story here.


Iran: The opposite of France, in the sense that this data is so smooth.


It doesn’t display the randomness you’d expect to see.


Turkey: Let’s hope that’s a plateau not a pause before new growth.


Deaths reflect an increase in active cases


Belgium: Population 12 million. Yet is putting up “big country” numbers of cases, and the plateau is weak.


New deaths are trending up.


NYC: Excellent progress in the city, with hospital admissions in steep decline.


Sweden: Took a relaxed approach, which has not included a full-scale lockdown, and is now paying the price.


Singapore: In the early stages of the crisis.


Japan: Also behind the curve.


Here is the grid of most-affected countries.

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