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air exposure

hello!

hiv is fragile virus as already been discussed and dies on exposure to open air.It should be always a open air?
can a hiv contaminated needle placed in a small box/container also dies in the closed container or it should be perfectly out side of box to get inactive?

thank you.
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yes sir,

i have undergone a procedure with dermaroller of 2.5mm needles.the doc had used it from previous patient without cleaning it.it makes me to bleed alot.the time gap between me and previous patient was of 2hours.in that time it was kept in small box where it usually comes with.do i consider box also has air?
iam at risk.
thank you sir.
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