The risk of the type of exposure you describe is fairly low- but obviously not 0.
Without PEP, anal intercourse - the riskiest thing you describe- has a risk about 0.5% per sex act. IN some people it can be higher, if the infected partner has a higher viral load, or there is more trauma, blood exchange, or other concomitant STDs.
PEP is thought to lower the risk by at least 80%- and likely more with current multi-drug PEP. Unfortunately waiting 30 hours later lowers the benefit rather substantially, so I am not sure how helpful the PEP would be.
Overall , the risk is low- but obviously you should have follow up testing at 4-6 weeks, and 3 months.
Always ask if you need clarification/more information.
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