Jaycee Sadly, you're right. The NHS staff are being hit hardest, but there are also Transport for London staff. It wouldn't surprise me if staff in warehouses and transport hubs are disproportionately affected too, although the evidence is, as yet, only anecdotal. There's pressure for schools to re-open, but no mention of providing teachers and other staff with any kind of PPE. Some teachers have already died, providing places for key workers.
Apparently, about a third of deaths have been amongst BAME people, which is disproportionate. It could be that London has been hit hardest and London has a more ethnically diverse community than anywhere else in the country. It could be that BAME people do jobs which can't be done at home or that they have existing health issues. I honestly don't know, but I hope it's investigated because there are serious questions about why a particular sector is more at risk.
At the moment, we have so little data. Germany is testing more, so the proportion of deaths to cases will appear lower. On the other hand, Germany has nearly five times the number of ICU beds per capita, so maybe it does a better job of saving the lives of the most seriously affected. There are some really serious issues and they must be investigated and addressed. Clapping and weasel words aren't enough.