When I was talking with my colleague this afternoon, I missed his very small spittle (oral droplets), which seemed to fall on the back of my hand. It was so small that it was hard to see. In autumn and winter, the skin on the back of the hand is dry, and there are small scabs. I immediately sprayed 75% alcohol on the back of my hand without feeling any tingling. In this case, will you be infected with AIDS?
HIV is present in the blood and body fluids of the patients. The transmission route is transmitted by blood and transmitted vertically by the mother and the baby. The saliva contains very little virus, so the situation you described does not need to worry at all, it will not be infected with the virus.
First of all, first of all, the situation you said about talking to colleagues this afternoon does not need to consider the possibility of AIDS infection, and there is no such risk at all. Second, this situation can not be infected with AIDS, whether he has AIDS or not, it is impossible to infect you with AIDS.
This situation will not be infected with AIDS, which is not the route of transmission of AIDS, you say this is a respiratory tract spread of the disease pathway.
Similar to covid-19 or new crown pneumonia is the way through which infection is acquired. AIDS is caused by sexual intercourse, so the way is wrong. It is totally impossible to infect.