|caution in food preperation
Mar 13, 2003
My son works in food preperation. He is concerned about cutting himself while cutting raw meat. He is paranoid about it. He knicked his finger the other day cutting meat. He threw away the piece of meat that he bled on. This I agree is necessary, but should he then be afraid to continue cutting when he has the bleeding stopped? Now I am wondering how many HIV people have bled on my food in a restaraunt and is it possible to contact HIV in this manner?
Response from Ms. Fields-Gardner
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