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Ben Walker is a data journalist at the New Statesman.
Location data suggests the government's failure to protect care homes represents a risk not only to their residents, but to the wider population.
Doctors and patients from the black, Asian and minority ethnic communities are falling severely ill and dying with Covid-19 in above average numbers.
The highest point in fatalities may have already happened, but there is significant regional variation.
New Statesman data analysis finds almost all second-home hotspots in England have had their health services cut in the past three years.
Only six countries have recorded more cases than the American city, which now has more than 13,000.
Data from the most comparable periods suggests we will have more of both.