How are bloodborne pathogens spread?

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How are bloodborne pathogens spread?

A bloodborne pathogens is transmitted with a person’s infected blood or body fluids entering another person’s body. This could happen with abrasions, bites, cuts, mucous membranes, needles, saliva, semen, or vaginal secretions.

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