Pesticides the WHO considers moderately hazardous are still in use, too
In 2017, nearly 90 different "moderately hazardous" pesticides to human health were used in U.S. agriculture, accounting for about 150 million pounds. Of those, 2,4-D, a herbicide, accounts for about 30 percent of total use.
Data on the number of countries that have banned specific pesticides come from the Pesticide Action Network International.
Source:World Health Organization, United States Geological Survey, Pesticide Action Network International