Tightly sealed, if there is HIV in a liquid plastic bottle, is there any infection after a few months?
HIV is present in the blood and body fluids of the patient. The transmission route is transmitted by blood and transmitted by the vertical transmission of the mother and the baby. After the virus leaves the body fluid, it will not survive for a long time in the external environment, so the situation you described is not infectious even after a few months.
AIDS is a sexually transmitted disease which is mainly caused by sexual transmission. First of all, I think what you say is not true. There is no such jar or bottle.
You usually pay attention to regulate your sexual behavior to prevent this type of disease. There is no HIV in the external environment, even if there is no infection.