How Europe’s second wave is proving less deadly than the first – Reports

New coronavirus cases in Europe are now eclipsing the daily totals seen when the pandemic first took hold – and yet a surge in deaths from the disease has not followed in the second wave’s wake. 

Last week European countries together announced 41,000 fresh cases a day on average, which is not only 28,000 more than the best week in July – right before the second wave of infections hit the continent over the summer – but five thousand more than the worst week of April. 


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