Should an HIV positive person be a chef?

Take under consideration that a knife can also cut through latex gloves, leaving HIV positive blood exploded in the kitchen where food is being prepared. Your thoughts on the matter?
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  • No.
    Professions in which there is a nontrivial probability of blood being shed should not be performed by people with blood-borne lethal infectious pathogens.

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What Guys Said 4

  • Should a HIV positive person not cook at all then
    Or maybe why shave cause he might get nicked and blob of blood might go somewhere

    Maybe
    But sure I see what you mean

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  • Fuuuck I been a chef for 6 years and never thought of this... i guess not

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  • No they shouldn't. Too risky

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  • But code requires cut gloves for all

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What Girls Said 3

  • Chefs shouldn't continue to cook if they cut themselves. There are other blood-borne diseases to worry about other than HIV so yes, people with HIV or any other blood-borne disease can be a chef. They just need to be sanitary.

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  • Ew I hope not.

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  • No. Never.

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