There seem to be mortality risk calculators out there for just about
everything now, and I would bet some of us have gone to websites that offer them for PCa, and used them for ourselves, probably as much out of curiosity as anything else.
Of course a valid question is always how reliable they are, which likely depends on the source providing them, how scientifically reputable it is.
And even if from a reputable source, it's still just a statistical guesstimate of our individual situations, since it knows nothing of our individual situations, if it doesn't ask us.
The link below is to one for assessing COVID mortality likelihood, based on personal data, made available on the Johns Hopkins website, which, I assume, gives it some credibility.
Of course if one is already vaccinated (the calculator doesn't ask about
that) then this calculator's output is surely meaningless.
Even though vaccinated myself, I used the calculator as if being a hypothetical unvaxed person, just to see what the result would be, and it put me into the "substantially elevated" risk category. (A bit surprised it was that high. I bet my age of 75 might have had something to do with that, although I was also honest about
the PCa background).
Anyway, if you would like try it out for yourself (even if you're vaxed), just to see where you might stand if you were in non-vaxed status, have at it.
But, again, it's of course just something cranking out numbers, and it knows nothing of our individual situations. https://publichealth.jhu.edu/2020/new-online-covid-19-mortality-risk-calculator-could-help-determine-who-should-get-vaccines-first