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CIMA report for HCV, HBV and HIV

I have recently donated blood and got the following blood report:
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen --- Non reactive (Donor S/Co Value 0.19)
Hepatitis B Core Antibody --- Non reactive (Donor S/Co Value 0.06)
Hepatitis C Virus Antibody --- Non reactive (Donor S/Co Value 0.03)
HIV 1/2 Antibody --- Non reactive (Donor S/Co Value 0.12)
(All above tests have been performed by CIMA Abbott)
Antibody Screening --- Negative

My question is do I need any further test to confirm HBV, HCV and HIV?
I am 35 years old  male.
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No. You may like to consider vaccination against HBV if you are in a situation where you may come into contact with HBV.
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