This table compares populous countries with populations over 50 million in terms of per capita confirmed cases over the course of the pandemic and tabulates as well the number of tests that have been conducted. The WHO suggests that 10-30 tests per confirmed case as a general benchmark of adequate testing. We divide the sample into three buckets: green (with testing >20), orange (between 10 and 20) and red (<10).  Where the bars are orange or red, it is likely that the true infection ratio is significantly higher than the reported numbers suggest. Note that the test-per-confirmed-case ratio is calculated on the basis of case and testing data over the course of the full pandemic, which means that it does not capture the variation over time.