Though, to be fair: a) deaths are confirmed as having happened; whereas b) infections are all but certain to be vastly higher, given only a paltry few of the populations of the world have been tested. No telling how many have been infected to-date, since this thing started. No telling, either, whether having a prior infection matters at all with respect to reduced likelihood next time around. So, it's entirely likely were much closer to such "herd" numbers, particularly in well-connected countries that had many people transiting in and out before serious steps. It'll be interesting in, a couple of years, to know the data that's true. But it's going to take an awful lot of testing, and an awful lot more knowledge about how this thing transmits, impacts people, affects future immunity (if at all), etc. This "novel" time is a booger, whatever else can be said about it. So many unknowns.