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please help me

i asked a volunteer if blood or body liquid left in the tap and i wash my hand while i have injury there, how if i have a chance to get hiv, volunteer said in may be a risk.  

my problem is , i wash my hand in cdc's latrine,and i have injury in my hand because i just finished the test.  i am so worried about it , what can i do?
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Nothing you had no risk.
480448 tn?1426948538
You had no risk.  You cannot get HIV from environmental surfaces, period, end of story.
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