The article specifically says that "vaccination can reduce the risk of non‐respiratory complications of Covid, including ischaemic stroke." Also, "The estimated risk of myocarditis or pericarditis after SARS‐CoV‐2 infection is 18–21 times as high as for uninfected people."
So, basically, there is nothing in that article that blames vaccines. So what is your point?
this article eventually links to several studies from August 21, and to the Australian TGA website know to directly declare "safety information is continuing to be collected in real time" It also sources reliable references such as "doctors say" "experts say" and that the study was "observation in nature, with limitations" Another study is from late 21 A lot of this information crosses Covid variants, is not up to date and is open to being massaged .. such as "it doesn't matter if you're young or old, smoked or not, the risk is still there" What does that mean exactly, how much risk, statistically significant ??
I'm sure a lot of the information is in the ballpark, but .geez so much cruddy "science"