We know two other people who have tested negative. That's it for us.
My wife is now on 3 weeks of not leaving the house/property and zero physical contact with people other than me. I have left the house 6 times in those 3 weeks - to buy booze or groceries or for restaurant food pickup.
So correct me if I am wrong
If positive and asymptomatic then I have been exposed and have developed immunities. I can go anywhere
If negative then either:
A) I don't have it but could still contract it and get sick/die so still need to quarantine
B) I do have it but within the last 14 days and have not yet developed anti-bodies. I may still get sick and still need to quarantine
Is that pretty much a correct assessment?
I believe your first sentence to be true, but that is not 100% certain yet.
A is 100% true
B is not clear, to me at least. I do not know the timing of developing antibodies that would be detected by the blood test available.
I (nor anyone yet I would guess) would know what level of antibodies would be needed to guarantee immunity.
Here are two stories - I was going to quote from them but I think you just need to read them