|Highly unlikely + highly unlikely
Mar 27, 2001
Suppose you have had a risk that is been said to be a highly unlikely way of infection and an elisa negative test at 3 months after that risk that like all people say, its highly unlike to then test positive after that, is this person on the clear with this two highly unlikely circunstances added? What do you think?
| Response from Mr. Kull
My response is simple: since you are never going to be one hundred percent sure about anything in life, highly unlikely is the best you are going to get.
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