“Inherent factors have predetermined the Covid-19 mortality:”

Primary fact found: the higher a grouping’s life expectancy, the higher the death rate due to COVID-19.

It is an extensive paper you won’t bother reading. Perhaps you could read the introductory paragraphs.

My summary is nothing governments did helped. Lockdowns didn’t help. Mandates and other restrictions didn’t help. Call it the luck of the draw, but that isn’t right. What mattered was where people lived and how dependent people were on government. The more the government mattered in the society, the worse things went regarding the virus.

Sadly, of course, what most people will conclude is they need more government involvement in their lives.

Another tidbit one can conclude from this study is that economics really does equal lives. That is, the better off the economy, the more lives are saved (and vice versa). And, frankly, the more decadent people get, the more susceptible they are to stresses, like a new infection. Which, of course, means good economics also tends to make us lazy, which kills us. I suppose, in the end, we all die regardless.