I've been wondering too if the stats are died with covid or died from covid.
From what I've heard so far, covid is a little more deadly than the average flu and there is a chance of permanent injury. The dangerous part is it's twice as contagious which can make for exponential growth if not contained
Although that pretty much summarizes, what we know thus far, regarding the mortality rate of Covid-19, there is still a number of unknown variables to make any long-term valid and reliable strategy to contain and/or eradicate it.
As to who dies of Covid-19, for now only, it appears age, viral load initially received, and preexisting health conditions are the only three currently reliable predictors of Covid-19 related mortality.
Unfortunately, there still needs to be more research done and that will take society years to accomplish, before any valid and reliable conclusions can be made. In the meantime, vaccines notwithstanding, preventing community spread is one very inconvenient, but valid option, at this point.