Anonymous
A person who helps at home grated carrot for the salad. Some minutes later we ate the salad (uncooked). After a while I saw that this person had hurt her finger. I asked her what had happened and she said she had hurt herself grating the carrot. I do not know her HIV status but if positive, and if some blood felt from her injury into the salad, was it dangerous for us (those who ate the salad)?
Thank you.
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Anonymous
I see you have updated your posting and will answer your question there.
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