Thats a great analogy. Drunk driving "if i die then its my own fault"..... how about the cars you hit and the innocent people that might be killed due to your actions. Same thing with masks and social distancing.. it isnt just about you.. its about the people you might take with you.That is categorically untrue. Human health is highly dependent on your environment and surroundings. This stands for both physical and mental health. Drunk driving laws by definition limit "freedom" but the law is in place to protect human health. Environmental conditions affect your physical and mental health. I could go on, but the point is clear. As much as you and others that talk about personal freedom and such fail to admit is that your health depends on the actions of others.
John F Kennedy said it best
"ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country"
.... even if he stole that quote