Hello and thanks for trusting me to help you. I am a board certified consultant with over 30 years of experience.
I understand your concern.
Well as you describe,the virus of Hepatitis C is very fragile and dies in dry blood with the environmental exposure immediately (so touching surfaces etc is not at all the risks, unless one comes in direct contact with the blood), so it is not considered mode of transmission.
The direct contact with the wet blood can only be risky. As soon as the blood dries, the virus also does not survive and so the risk eliminates.
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