Opel Rallier since 1977
Yes, you would be 90-95% likely to be immune and so very, very unlikely to be a 'vector' to infect others. So from a purely individual epidemiological standpoint, you are absolutely spot on. Now I hope the moderators will tolerate me for going in with the following:But what about the people who have received the Covid-19 vaccinations, like myself? Seems as long as you have your proof of vaccination, you should be OK. The same with a test showing you are negative within 72 hours.
To get a 'free pass out of corona jail' with the vaccination is IMHO highly unlikely to ever happen anytime in the next 8-12 months..... not until everyone has had the chance to get the vaccine. The reason is purely political, not epidemiological. (No, not D vs. R, but the way the elected officials and disease control specialitists will view this.)
For you or I to get a 'free pass out of corona jail' from a vaccine administered early in this long vaccination process would immediately raise a great hue and cry of unfairness from those who are lower down on the priority list. If the free pass were allowed, then the logical prioritization of vaccinations to try minimize the deaths would then also grant a priveledge that others would not get, and would severely undercut the public's support of the idea that there should be any vaccination priority at all. If such a 'free pass' priveledge came with the vaccination, then the only fair way to do it is by lottery.... and that would not do the best job of quashing the disease the most quickly.
Better to expect a lifting of orders than a 'free pass' idea. (The only 'free pass' that will likley come with the vaccination is whatever you grant to yourself, IMHO.)