All of the diseases for which we do mandatory vaccination when traveling have a higher death rate or have more serious health consequences than Covid, still none of them generates the type of mass hysteria that Covid does.
And if you have been vaccinated already you can be around infected people no probs, that's the whole idea of getting vaccinated.
On top of that you claimed it's against the law to reject people due to lack of up to date vaccines. We already do so in creches. We do similar with high risk professions. So yes, you have the freedom to not get the vaccine but by default, that's choosing to place public health measures at risk so restrictions on certain things can very much so happen.
You can claim it's overblown etc but 3.1 million people died in spite of the global lockdown. So yes, it's a sufficiently deadly virus. I imagine there's many on the site who know people who have died in the last year as a result or narrowly avoided death.