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I understand your concern.As per your description, hepatitis c and HIV are mostly transmitted by in contact with infected blood and its products such as sharing needles, sexual transmission, blood transfusion or in contact with that. In general, I would say its a low-risk activity by sharing straw unless there are open sores in your mouth or other person's mouth or bleed at the same time.
Even if there might be blood chances are very very slim.
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Yes, the overall risk is zero if you didn't share any straw.
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I give you 100% assurance that chances of transmission from using car key in such way wouldn't impose any risk of HIV or Hepatitis C transmission in your case.
No, this wouldn't cause you HIV or Hepatitis C in such way.
You shouldn't worry.
You shouldn't worry at all.
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