Your premise is wrong. The point in hospitalising people is that many can be treated.What is the value of going to hospital?
I have asked this before and people are too chicken scared to even look for the answer.
What is the difference in survival rates between those that are admitted to hospital when they get to a certain level of critical condition, and those that are not if they reach the same level of critical condition?
I mean, we should have that data because other countries are not so helpful towards their sick populations, right? Ergo, other countries will have a higher death rate ....
If it makes no difference to survival rates if a covid victim goes to hospital or not, then don't admit them.
My question; what difference does it make?