No it would not be a risk because the saliva would have destroyed the HIV virus,thats why you can share food and drinks with HIV+ people and there would be no risk of infection.If HIV+ blood got in your eye without saliva then that would be a different story.
my translator translating this just some parts and I'm not American, I'm sorry! is that a person spit in my eye unintentionally. and so worried! because I do not know how far the virus resite saliva. further that the eye is a mucosal
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