Going purely off of the SMART statistics (because your Error Scan had "Quick scan" enabled, which doesn't read every LBA on the drive) -- the drive looks completely healthy.
If you want to make sure there's no physical sector-level issues at this time, use the Erase feature to zero the drive. This will issue writes to every physical sector on the disk, and if there are issues (e.g. remaps/reallocations) they'll appear up in the SMART attributes afterwards (attributes 0x05, 0xC4, 0xC5, or 0xC6 -- and possibly 0xC8).
If you're at all worried about 0xC0 (unsafe shutdown count), don't be -- the drive came like this from the factory (Google "dukandricka smart attributes zeroed" if you want to see my Youtube video as evidence/reference material).--
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