Average Time In Air According to the John Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education , HIV lives for an average of 30 seconds to one minute once it is exposed to air. Concentration and Conditions Although HIV is inactivated quickly… More:http://www.ehow.com/how_5138788_long-aids-virus-live-air.html
Probably touched rust or dried blood recently so just asking???
The HIV virus cannot live outside of the human body! HIV is the virus that causes aids! So to answer your question, I do not know about any other viruses, but you will not contract HIV from accidentally touching dry blood! If its dry that means its been exposed to air for a long while!
Im pretty sure that the virus still a virus even if its exposed to the air,if it would die then u wouldn't get infected when a drop of body fluid comes in contact with an
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