You should speak with a doctor to confirm but
This is a result from an HCV antibody test. It is strongly reactive (positive), suggesting that at one point in the past, the patient was exposed to the Hep C virus. Further testing for confirmation will be required; it’s important to note that this is not diagnostic for infection, by the way.
Most likely, their doctor will order a ‘HCV RNA by PCR test to see if active infection is present. Until this is resolved, the patient should avoid alcoholic beverages, and not share personal care items such as clippers, toothbrushes, anything that might transmit their blood to another person.
That is your signal-to-cutoff ratio (s/co) and that number means it is likely your result is not a false positive, but is a true positive. You need an HCV/RNA test (patients call it a viral load test) and that will tell you definitively if you have chronic hepatitis C. It is possible that you were exposed but fought the virus off without treatment. Once exposed, and cured, you will always have a positive antibody test.