Using this site, I compiled a list of mortality rates among countries that did and did not lockdown.
South Korea: 2.4%
Did lockdown: (too many countries to list all)
Hmm, makes you wonder... more countries in the second category, but not all that much difference if we're only looking at death rates though the no lockdown list seems to have a lower average.
We don't have the data on morbidities, but it seems that there are cases of permanent, long term damage for some people particularly to the lungs and kidneys. The pre-existing conditions that increase severe symptoms and death are all totally preventable; hypertension, heart disease, insulin resistance/diabetes, obesity etc... I hope we can at least see that we need to take better care of ourselves and stop eating so much of a junk diet and living a poor lifestyle.