you have a mortality rate of 0.2%, 0.2%, 0.2%, 0.4% for age groups 10-19, 20-29, 30-39 and 40-49 respectively. if the cases were equally distributed, a total of 1% so 800 people out of 80 000 infected would die... That's not a very high number but it's still significant. And with death rates over 10% for elderly people, if this becomes a pandemic (which is really close), pretty much everyone will have someone they care about die. I guess it depends on the person if that's a lot or not.
coronaviruses cause cytokine storms that can kill 100% healthy people (healthier you are, more dangerous it is) so I wouldn't want this either. But yes, this is not the end of the world. Unless it mutates (RNA virii like corona has higher likelihood for that than many other viruses) to something more deadly.
"most of the people died didnt go to hospitals in time cuz they thought it was just a flu"
that's the scary thing: if this becomes pandemic, there won't be enough medical staff and equipment to treat everyone. in Finland, it has already been said that we don't have the needed capacity if there are a lot of cases. and we're far from the worst country in EU let alone in the world... that's where most of the casualties will come from, people aren't going to get the help they need just like what's happening in china rn
and cytokine storm can kill you even if you had the best healthcare in the world from day 1