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Daily contact with will not be infected with HIV

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Daily contact with will not be infected with HIV

Although HIV see the seam on the drill, these viruses also have weaknesses, they can only live in the blood and body fluids in the cells to survive, can not be in the air, water and food to survive, leaving blood and body fluids of these, these viruses will soon be dead. Only infected blood or body fluids from one person to another, directly into the body when the body can be propagated. It is also, and hepatitis B viruses into the digestive tract and could be easily destroyed by proteases within the digestive tract. Therefore, the daily contact, such as: shaking hands, kissing, sharing meals, living in the same room or office, contact telephone, door handles, then a contact with sweat or tears and so will not be infected with HIV.

Person must be blood-sucking mosquito bites, then it can spread AIDS? According to the study shows that HIV is neither development nor the mosquito breeding, it is not possible through the spread of biological sexual manner. The mechanical mode of transmission is not feasible in the mosquito body. This is because the blood-sucking mosquitoes Before a saliva tube spit saliva (as a lubricant in order to suck blood), and then inhaled by the esophagus blood, while the blood is one-way inhalation, inhalation will not spit it out. In addition, the mosquito remains lips because only 0.00004 milliliters of blood, to 2,800, after repeated bites can cause HIV infection. Moreover, even if mosquitoes inhalation of blood with the AIDS virus, AIDS virus in the 2 ~ 3 days, mosquitoes can be digested, destruction completely disappear. According to the physiological characteristics of the mosquito, mosquitoes fed blood once after smoking, to be fully digested before another vampire bite. At present, the world has not yet found in mosquitoes or insect bites and infected with HIV were reported. So, people do not have to worry about mosquitoes spreading the disease.


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