The possibility of death (when it occurs in instances in which the NAP is not violated) should not be a determent to individual liberty.
My thoughts on the matter:
The possibility of death is often used as something to restrict individual liberty. For example, if you spread COVID-19 (or another spreadable illness) accidentally and it ends up being fatal for the person you spread it to. I personally see this as being sad but it should not come at the cost of individual liberty. When people drive cars there is always a chance they can get into an accident yet cars are still legal. We should do our best to keep the risk level as low as possible, with respect to the NAP, and not let the inevitability of death stop us from living our lives.
Article from r/Libertarian: For a Free Society