Please recognize that even aside from the policy issue, what you are saying about reactions is way, way, way outside the norm.
Indeed it is. The development of vaccines is done on a risk/reward basis. Because of the seriousness of Covid, the risk/reward was to accelerate the process. It has saved countless lives, so it was a success - the bad reactions are negligible in comparison. Even in one outbreak, Sydney at the moment, it is estimated Pfizer has saved 5808 lives:
Medical professionals are not running away from the risks - all are well aware of what happened with the 1976 Flu vaccine:
The current vaccines have overall proved a stunning success. Yes, like all medicines, there have been vaccine complications, some even fatal such as the one in a million risk of dying from CVT with the AZ vaccine. But it must be kept in mind that even getting out of bed in the morning carries a 2.5 in a million risk of dying. Do you never get out of bed? Of course not. We all must accept some risk in our lives.