If you are looking for a snapshot into the future of the coronavirus, the Financial Times may be just the place, and their source and analyst seems reasonably credible:
What the data appears to be saying is that the death rates are:
1. Going up in countries, the population of which recently became infected.
2. Going down in countries, the population of which has been infected for the longest time.
Here is the data on new cases:
In general, this data is encouraging and may imply the worst is over. However, note that the "Y" axis is on a LOGish scale, making the data look better than it should. There is buzz that, due to reimbursements, the U.S. is over-reporting deaths by COVID-19 and these curves may indicate that is the case, but only slightly.
Take a look at the link below and let me know if you think they make a credible argument.
The above isn't the only source that discusses over-estimating COVID-19 deaths. Here is some insight from The Journal of the American Medical Association:
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