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There is no risk of HIV transmission from touching skin of HIV infection person.
HIV is extremely weak outside of the human body. It breaks down immediately once it comes into contact with the air.
There wouldn't be any cut on your partner fingers and no open wound on HIV infection person.
HIV transmission from one person's cut to another can only occur when both cuts are extremely deep, gaping, and actively bleeding.
Otherwise she can wear gloves for protection and disinfect tools after use.
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To be on safe side your partner can wear gloves.
In routine doctors don't provide such letters.
Usually doctors suggest to follow universal precautions and technical staff wear gloves while dealing with HIV patients.
If the insurance company is requesting such a note than doctor may be able to issue such a note.
Since it is known fact that HIV transmission don't occur from such treatments.
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