See today's roundup of coronavirus stats on a country-by-country basis

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The US: Plateau in new cases is still holding, which is good because it means that the disease is spreading at a roughly constant pace, not accelerating.

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But there is no obvious decline setting in — which is worrying because 30,000 people per day are getting it. Unsurprisingly, deaths still occurring at a rate of roughly 2,000 people per day.

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Spain: What a rollercoaster Spain is on. A good day yesterday, and let’s hope those two recent days with high numbers remain outliers to the trend.

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Deaths are declining but the active cases curve is not yet flat.

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Italy: Looks like this is coming under control. The “active cases” curve is also getting flatter.

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And deaths are down likewise.

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France: More choppy data but an optimist might squint at this chart and say overall it’s getting better.

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More good news: The death toll is moderating.

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Germany: Continued good news here on all fronts.

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Deaths and new cases are down, and active cases are in decline too.

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The UK: New cases are generally flat at about 5,000 per day but this isn’t good news. While the highs are not breaking new records the lows are getting higher — which suggests Britain may not yet have reached the peak.

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The “active cases” curve is still climbing at unbroken speed.

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Deaths have been over 750 for 5 straight days.

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Russia: Very bad news. New cases and deaths are rising in steep, unbroken curves.

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Active cases are almost heading toward vertical.

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Russia is only at the beginning of the crisis.

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Brazil: President Bolsanaro is a coronavirus denier and that makes these stats looks scary.

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New cases and new deaths are still rising — nowhere near a plateau.

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