I did--but one of the reasons could be that far more people decided to report any adverse reactions after getting vaccinated with the covid-19 vaccine in 2020-2021, since they are the first vaccines of this kind ever used. And because the pandemic is so serious.
After my husband and I got our vaccines, we were given a sheaf of papers which included a form to fill out to report any suspected adverse reactions to the vaccine. I have never gotten that from any other vaccine, like the flu or tetanus. When I did get a bad reaction after the second dose--bad chills, fever, muscle aches--for about 18 hours, I debated filling out the form and sending it in, but since my symptoms had already been reported many times, I didn't bother. My husband got no reaction except a red spot around the shot area, 8 days after he got the second dose, but it disappeared after a few days.
But at any rate, I am still glad I got the vaccine and so is my husband. Nearly everyone in our church of 85 people has gotten the vaccine--most are over 55--and no one has had a bad reaction, other than a sore arm and a few had the same reaction I did after the second dose.
Again, no one is saying the vaccines are 100% completely harmless. NO vaccine or medicine is. I nearly died from a bleeding ulcer back in 1990, from using Ibuprofin for severe menstrual cramps. Yet it is still sold over the counter.
But thanks for your reasoned response.