We can't say whether your chances are good or not. You had a risk but your negative tests are encouraging and you haven't reported symptoms (high fever, severe sore throat, body aches. Symptoms usually occur at max 4 weeks if they do occur. If they do occur they occur at Follow James instructions and test at 6-8 weeks with a confirmation at 3 months.
36 days is a bit too early for the Oraquick. I would go for a blood test.
I've had a rapid blood test negative on day 19
Well, any negative test is good. Take the same test again at 6-8 weeks then at 3 months for a conclusive result.
The information James gave you is spot on. You had a confirmed risk so you'll need to take a test at 6-8 weeks, and another at 3 months to confirm your status. If you plan to only do Oral Swabs, the closer to 3 months to better.
I am going to get another rapid blood test on the 8 weeks mark, I'm just wondering do you guys think I have a good chance of not being infected?
If negative at 8 weeks, that's a great indicator of your true status.
Thank you, I'll definitely get another rapid blood test at 8 weeks
Any other opinions? Do I have a good chance of not being infected?
Addenda to last post: "if they do occur they occur 2-4 weeks post exposure and rarely over 6 weeks."