A negative Test result means the antibodies to the virus that causes COVID-19 were not detected in your sample. That could be due to the fact that you were either not infected with COVID-19, or if you are tested too early in your illness, that your body hasn’t had the opportunity to produce antibodies to the infection. A false negative could also arise from other facts involving the Test, the blood sample or the testing procedures. This false negative result means that you could possibly still have contracted COVID-19 even though the Test result is negative.