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This CDC chart shows that COVID-19 and look-alike illnesses are still causing a high percentage of U.S. deaths. (Photo: CDC) This CDC chart shows that COVID-19 and look-alike illnesses are still causing a high percentage of U.S. deaths. (Photo: CDC)

The third wave of COVID-19 cases appears to be starting to fill hospital beds in the Dakotas, Mississippi, Montana and Wisconsin. Still, the overall U.S. death rate appears to be holding steady.

COVID-19 was causing about 2,400 deaths per day during the first wave, which peaked in April, and about 1,300 deaths per day during the second wave, which peaked in August, according to death data compiled by The COVID Tracking Project at The Atlantic.

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