Today, a customer came to me to trade mobile phones. The back cover of his cell phone is broken. But it is used in a protective shell. I asked him and he said he had been wearing a protective shell. After I took off the protective shell, the back cover scratched the outermost skin of my hand a little. Just the outermost stratum corneum. No bleeding or anything. Will this situation infect AIDS?
AIDS virus exists in the blood and body fluids of patients. After the virus leaves the body fluid, the time of survival in the external environment is very short. Moreover, from the picture, there is no obvious wound on your hands, but there are some breakages in the epidermis. This condition will not infect the AIDS virus at all, and there is no need to worry.