That's right, you're at 79.1% battery health. Once you hit <= 70%, you will get a new battery pack. Nevertheless, in my opinion, it's worth taking in your car to the dealership now and get an official State of Health (SOH) report, just to confirm that what you're seeing in Torque is accurate. Just know that it may/will end up costing you $100+ for the report (if you're over 70%).
If you don't mind, could you create a new thread for your car? That way we can monitor the condition of your battery pack separately. I'd like to keep this thread as sort of a diary regarding my vehicle.
2015 Soul EV+ | 43k miles
2017 Bolt EV Premier | 33k miles