We all know that Italy and Spain were hit particularly hard by the virus, but I was looking at this graph and was surprised to see that Belgium had a massive spike in coronavirus deaths starting at the beginning of April. It declined by the end of the month, then had another small spike earlier this month, and is now about on par with the US. When you look at the spike though, it is quite startling—much higher than Italy or Spain, yet I don't recall hearing about it in the news. According to this data, they've had the highest number of daily deaths per 100,000 people (approximately 3) out of any other country. What gives?