This is quite impossible because in the US, 0.24% of the population have already died due to COVID-19, as of 2021-12-31, representing 1 out of every 403 US residents.
So even if 100% of the US population had already had COVID-19, the "survival rate" would be 99.76% (a death rate that is 8 times higher than the 99.97% figure often cited.
But of course most of the US population has not yet been infected with SARS-CoV-2. Based on the number of confirmed cases in the US, the survival rate is only 98.5%. The actual figure depends on how many infections go unconfirmed.
As of 2021-12-31...