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Did he have any cut or wound on the skin?
Was there any contact of fresh blood on a fresh wound or cut?
Please let me know.
Did the blood make direct contact with his skin?
There is no risk of HIV if there was blood on his T shirt or face if there was no open wound there.
HIV quickly dies when the blood dries up.
Even if one odd drop of blood splashed on the eyes there is no risk.
No risk for family at all.
It is however recommend that all sexually active youngsters should be tested for HIV annually which is something that should be done in his case but this particular situation that you have described carries no risk of transmission of HIV.
If someone has an open wound and HIV positive blood is splashed on the open wounds then there is slight risk yes.
You are not at risk.
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