Chances of getting sick with symptoms is incredibly small - too small for most people to comprehend a 0.002182% chance of dying (btw that's for an 80+ year old in the US with 3 pre-existing conditions). To put it into perspective though (based on current statistics): If everyone in the entire world got Covid19 about 4.7% would have critical symptoms. For all of those sick if they don't have a pre-existing condition there's a 99% chance of survival. It's important to note that if everyone got covid19 there would not be ventilators for 99% of the critically ill so I imagine 4.7% of the world would die from it, that's what people are trying to avoid. Here's some more basic stats. There's about a 1 in 918 people in the US with Covid19. One of the population for every in 19,534 of the population have critical symptoms - see below for age grouping. Of those with critical symptoms and no pre-existing conditions, 99% will recover. Chances of dying in the US (current rates) Ages: 10-19: 1 in 9,767,248 of the population. 20-29: 1 in 9,767,248 30-39: 1 in 4,883,624 40-49: 1 in 3,255,749 50-59: 1 in 1,502,654 60-69: 1 in 542,625 70-79: 1 in 244,181 80+: 1 in 131,990 of the population. 99% of those who die will have a pre-existing condition.