Lay it out for me. What's the total fatalities if the entire united States is infected. That population, for reference, is 328.5 million people.

By my quick math, using the source data provided (more than just the table above), assuming all 328.5 million people in the US got Covid-19 (not realistic) that table would suggest ~850k:

US Pop infected (assuming every single person got infected): 328.5mm

Asymptomatic case estimate: 35%

Symptomatic cases: 1 - 35% = 65%

Symptomatic case fatality rate = 0.004

Deaths in this scenario = 328.5mm * 0.65 * 0.004 =

**0.8541mm**
Of course, this scenario isn’t particularly realistic, because not everyone in the US will get Covid-19. I don’t see an estimate for % of the population that never contracts it in the first place, and the assumption for asymptomatic cases is a pretty significant input. We can probably assume that the estimate above gets lower when factoring in that 100% of the population won’t get it.