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Fingernail Scratch

Dear Sirs and Madams,

i requested a gps to monitor my car and the technician installed the gps inside the car and i noticed that the technician have a cut (Visible red long cut but the blood is not flowing) with his arm and technician full of sweats all oever the body it is summer here... after two hours i tested the gps and i drove the car in our town and i have a like a pimple rash in my elbow. I scratched it using my fingernails and i noticed the pimple rash had a blood (red but the blood did not went outside the body) and i checked the fingernail that i used there is no visible blood also...


1. If the technician have a dried blood in my car and my fingernail hit or touches the blood and used the same fingernail to scratch my pimple rash...Do you think this is hcv transmission?

Higk Risk, Low Risk Or No Risk?

Begging for your merciful answer..My anxiety is killing me...

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Rash got blood because of my fingernail...I scratched it...FYI only
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Hello Everyone... Your answer will be helpful for me...Please im begging for your answer
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slim to none
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I would suggest you get your anxiety treated.  Hep C is not a problem.  
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