A NEGATIVE result does NOT necessarily mean:
- You have NOT had any prior SARS-COV-2 infections
- You do NOT have a current SARS-COV-2 infection
It can take one to three weeks after an infection to develop enough antibodies to be detectable in this test.
In the months after an infection, antibody levels may decrease below the detection level.
- If you have been vaccinated:
A result of NEGATIVE suggests that your body has not produced enough antibodies to SARS-COV-2 to be detectable in your sample.
Testing for antibodies induced by vaccination should be performed at least two weeks after complete vaccination (all required doses).
- If you have NOT been vaccinated:
A result of NEGATIVE suggests that your body has not produced enough antibodies to SARS-COV-2 to be detectable.
Follow all precautionary measures as if you were unvaccinated.
In order to protect yourself from exposure, follow all local safety precautions and recommendations. www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19
If you have been vaccinated AND you received a NEGATIVE result from this test, we recommend you discuss the results of this test with your general
Your antibody levels may change over time. Consider checking your antibodies again in 3 months to monitor any changes.
As the scientific understanding of these antibodies and the protection they may provide continues to develop, visit www.yourbiohealth.com for updates.
Questions about the results of this test? Consult your general practitioner.