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Question on reg environment in hiv

Hiv may survive in dried blood at room temperature for up to five or six days provided that the optimum pH level is maintained; drying of blood does not seem to affect the infectivity of HIV....Please anyone clarity on this...If hiv blood is not exposed to air outside the body ,if temp is around 20 to 25c ,then that hiv blood is able to transmit or not??
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what is your encounter that you're concerned about?
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Blood outside the body not expose to air can loose it's transmission property by variation in temperature??
Hiv lies in dried blood means it's transmission property is still alive
HIV is instantly inactivated in air and also in saliva which means it is effectively dead so it can't infect from touching, external rubbing or oral activities. It doesn't matter if you and they were actively bleeding or had cuts at the time either because the HIV is effectively dead.  
Only 3 adult risks are the following:
1. unprotected penetrating vaginal with a penis
2. unprotected penetrating anal sex with a penis
3. sharing needles that you inject with. Knowing these 3 are all you need to know to protect yourself against HIV. The situation you describe is a long way from any of these 3.
Even with blood, lactation, cuts, rashes, burns, etc the air or the saliva does not allow inactivated virus to infect from touching, external rubbing or oral activities. Doctors have calculated the risk from what you describe to be less than that of being hit by a meteor. The above HIV science is 40 years old and very well established, so your theory is unscientific.
I am concerned about infants..Food or chocolates which is under packed or air tight container ,if it infected with .Hiv blood which is not exposed to air is a risk of hiv or not??
If it isn't one of the 3 listed above then read about the 40, because it is just a theory that you are making up. So it is not going to be possible for me to have a logical discussion about that kind of theory since you don't have any medical training.
how would blood outside the body not be exposed to air unless with sharing syringes used for drugs?  whatever infants you're concerned about and not at any risk what so ever from this scenario. i also doubt whoever may be working at those factories are putting blood in children food as there are strict guidelines in those facilities. read what AnxiousNoMore said again, and relax.
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