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Hepatitis A, B, C,????

I had a business meeting with my clients...Discussed business matters regarding there construction project here in KSA....After our dinner and meeting one of koreans client went to bathroom for what reason... My concern only after his bathroom exposure we shake our hand for the end of our meeting and after that i rubbed my nose and theres itchy inside my nose so inserted the finger inside my nose and i noticed that my nose had a blood in the boogie...

Im in risk in this scenario??
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1747881 tn?1546175878
No risk at all, no need to ask the same question for the 3rd time today under different screen names, you have your answer, now please give it up and find another childish way to entertain yourself
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179856 tn?1333547362
"blood in the boogie" reminds me of the Eddie Murphy song Boggie in Your Butt only sort of backwards in this instance.
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1794638 tn?1345155061
I have Boogie in My Butt with a little "Fireeah on the side !   LOL
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