Scientists predicted that the coronavirus death rate would fall over time, but instead it doubled. Here’s why it now hovers at 6%.

The coronavirus’ death rate — a calculation of deaths out of total confirmed cases — varies by place and population. Worldwide, the death rate, or “case-fatality rate,” has doubled since March. Business Insider asked three epidemiologists why the death rate has grown, and they pointed to two problems with the calculation:
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