When you publish your Android app the Google Play Console displays two warning messages:
There is no deobfuscation file associated with this App Bundle. If you use obfuscated code (R8/proguard), uploading a deobfuscation file will make crashes and ANRs easier to analyze and debug. Using R8/proguard can help reduce app size.
This App Bundle contains native code, and you've not uploaded debug symbols. We recommend you upload a symbol file to make your crashes and ANRs easier to analyze and debug.
These warnings can be safely ignored and will not hinder you from submitting the app or getting it reviewed by Google. These warnings are recommendations for app developers to make it easier for the app to track crashes.
You may also receive an 'Unoptimized APK' error which is also related to Google's App Bundles and can be safely ignored as well. For additional details see the 'Unoptimized APK' Error While Uploading APK file on Google Play Store article.
You can continue rolling your app into production without needing another AAB file.