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With half the death rate of Brazil, Europe bets on lockdowns against a 3rd wave

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The governments of France and other countries, such as Italy, Germany and the Netherlands, see signs of the emergence of a third wave of the disease and have begun to close doors, prepare for it, or postpone reopenings.

Currently, the coronavirus kills about 10 people a day in Brazil for every 1 million inhabitants. In the European Union, the daily rate is almost 5 deaths per million. Both are on an upward trajectory, but in a more accentuated way in Brazil.

If we consider the data from the largest countries in the European bloc, Poland leads . . .

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