They do and every death is tragic and sad but people die of a lot of things @Edge. Covid was ranked as the 24th biggest killer in August. During the last three months, less people have been dying than the five year average. And what about the experts who are saying far more people will die from lockdowns in the long term than of Covid itself?
I could go to a football match with a cold or cough and put people at risk, that doesn’t stop people. Let people assess their own risk. If you’re frightened then fair enough but don’t impose that fear on other people. Is someone healthy from Manchester really any more risk than an ill person from Cheshire going to a game?
If “don’t kill granny” is the best argument someone can make then the quality of debate is poor. Very poor.