Neutralising IgG antibodies give you protection and knowing your antibody status means you can make better informed choices, whether your result is positive or negative.
It is now accepted that antibody levels decline over a period of about 6 months, whether your immune system has created these to either natural infection or vaccination.
The number of cases is now back on the rise, with the number of infections in fully vaccinated people rising steadily, currently at about 30% of all cases.
Knowing whether you have protective antibodies is more important than ever. The strength of the positive line on your test can vary and some can be quite faint. but the strength of your line does correlate to the amount of antibodies in your blood and even a faint line means there are detectable levels of neutralising antibodies, giving you a 50% reduced risk of suffering severe symptoms.