The Us's Third Coronavirus Surge Could Be The Deadliest Yet — 4 Charts Show A Troubling Trend

A man drops his daughter off at the Lincoln-Hancock Community School in Quincy, Massachusetts on September 17, 2020. Craig F. Walker/The Boston Globe/Getty Images Coronavirus cases are skyrocketing in the US for the third time as winter approaches. The US reported more than 60,000 daily cases, on average, this week — a roughly 40% increase since the start of October. Deaths haven't risen as dramatically yet, but experts predict the third surge could be the deadliest. The US leads the world in its weekly average of new cases and deaths. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. More than 140,000 more people could die of the coronavirus in the US between now and February.

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  • The US's third coronavirus surge could be the deadliest yet — 4 charts show a troubling trend
    More than 140,000 more people could die of the coronavirus in the US between now ... "We are heading into a very substantial fall-winter surge," Christopher Murray, director of IHME, said in ...
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