COVID-19 statistics are dynamic. The purpose of this study was to use COVID-19 data to examine the spread of COVID-19 in the continent of Asia by the end of September 2022 and compare it to the global spread. Online data on COVID-19 statistics were extracted from the "Worldometer" website. As of October 1, 2022, Asia has recorded 189,808,651 confirmed cases of COVID-19 (30.5% of cases worldwide) and 257,630 deaths (22.6%). Among the six continents, Asia was least affected after Africa based on the number of deaths per million. COVID-19 statistics have not been consistent across the continent; West Asia was most affected based on cases per million and deaths per million. At the same time, the largest number of tests per population was performed in West Asia. In contrast, East Asia had the lowest number of deaths per million, the lowest tests per population, and the lowest case-fatality rate. The mean of case-fatality rates across Asia is 1.4%. Furthermore, COVID-19 statistics change over time; for example, cases and deaths rose dramatically in 2021 in some countries, such as Vietnam, Thailand, and Cambodia. COVID-19 statistics vary significantly, and over time, between countries and across the continent, suggesting considerable uncertainty over these statistics. The most important reason for this variability is the difference between countries in terms of the definition of suspected cases, testing strategies, reporting methods, and the capacity to perform testing. Looking forward, it is important to work to reduce such differences across countries to have fair management of any coming epidemic.