When I came home yesterday, a man with a dog in front entered the elevator, and then the elevator came back. I took the elevator. I don't know the button touched by the person in front. If I press the button she pressed, will I infect rabies virus? I went home and washed my hands.
According to your description, the person who touches the elevator button will not infect rabies virus. Rabies is caused by being bitten by rabies dogs or other animals. It's not necessary to worry about being bitten by a dog, so it won't damage your skin directly.
First of all, rabies virus will not cause infection through indirect contact. Don't worry too much. In addition, as you described, this situation will not be commensurate with infection, except that animal scratch or bite may cause rabies virus infection. Vaccine injection is needed to prevent virus infection.
Like this kind of touch, rabies generally will not get rabies. Rabies mainly exists in the saliva of dogs. It mainly bites people's muscles to make the virus enter the human body, resulting in rabies. If the skin and mucous membrane of human body are not damaged when touching, rabies virus generally will not enter the human body.