Your HBsAg is non-reactive since it's less than 1 (0.46 as you have indicated in your previous question). Your anti-HBc Ab is reactive BUT in the light of a negative HBsAg and a history of vaccination, you do not have active disease; these only indicate previous exposure to the virus, most probably through the vaccine.
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