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HIV virus even if present in splattered blood does not remain active for long usually.
And the risk of HIV transmission from a small cut in your finger is very low.
The risk is about one in 1000 cases to be precise.
So, this is not a concerning incident.
No testing or treatment is recommended based on this incident.
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