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Hi, can you catch HIV if a drop of infected blood drops on your shirt and within 1 or 2 minutes it touches a ring worm or skin rash near armpit area under your shirt. Concern is to know :- 1. Survival time span of HIV when exposed to open environment. I. e,  on clothes and inanimate surfaces 2.can it cause transmission/ infection in above explained  passive manner. 3.heard that for HIV infection to occur the infected bodily fluids should have direct contact with blood stream. What is " direct  contact "? 4. In above scenario, Is there any direct contact and contact with blood stream so as to cause any HIV infection.
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It gets destroyed but you can always go for test for your satisfaction.
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Hi, chances are less when it is exposed to environment gets destroyed
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Hiv when come contact with environment got destroyed.
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