okay, lets see.
youre basing your claims off on how many people? thats simply not enough (for me) or for a society.
unlike you, i dont see the problem in trusting medicine university studies, virology, etc
since i myself am no expert in this (would you say you are one based of what you "learned" in this last year?) i have to trust these sources. and it makes absolutely no sense to assume that they are false on purpose. the pandemic showed very well, that those institutions like rki are not infallible.
and if they say that having diabetes mellitus can (yeah.. can) cause problems with covid and a severe ethiopathology then who am i to say: nah, i think we need to extra-protect only people who are about to die. know what i mean?
to put this into even more perspective: one of my best frined has diabetes. shes coping very well with being half a cyborg (she says so jokingly because of the bloodsugar measuring implant she got) and if anything she was pretty careless when this whole thing started. not to say to a point where i asked if she thinks she is indestructible in general :)
so, 8 months into this mess, reading a lot of studies and such, shes not so sure anymore and she simply doesnt want to risk being wrong if the worst possible outcome could be an unnecessary death.
i totally get that people are upset, frustrated, etc especially those who feel like they cannot be harmed by this pandemic. but how egoistic can one be?
also, the problem is not that we couldnt lockdown (totally) for like 6 weeks (we would rather quickly realise what professions indeed are ones valueable for a society) an dry down this stupid virus, but that the fear of getting behind in a capitalist system drives politicians (influenced by big economy lobby - and that is no conspiracy theory but simply their job) and capitalists (aka people in power) to go on as careless as they deem possible.
you only gotta look around the globe which country is doing great now, which country had only a few death compared to the 10k of germany. its the ones that had a strict lockdown and not that joke we had in march.
the funny (or sad) thing is: in the long run this constant state of enforcing restrictions and loosening them again, is hurting our system (or better. the people in it) more than hard measures for a short period.
i think thats enough for now. gotta catch some fresh air.
i like to think that i gave you some points to think about it, but to be fair, my experiences with people who displayed opinions like you did here, are not the best :D