Most Helpful Girl
Yes, because HIV/AIDS can be transmitted in ways other than sex. Contact between broken skin, wounds, or mucous membranes and HIV-infected blood or blood-contaminated bodily fluids can spread it. It can also be passed from mother to infant during pregnancy/childbirth, from blood transfusions (although this risk is small because of all the testing that blood supply and donated organs and tissues go through), by sharing needles or syringes with someone who has HIV, etc. Sex is definitely the most common way the virus spreads though, it's just not the only way. https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/basics/transmission.html
Most Helpful Guy
A child born by a mother with poorly treated HIV are at risk of being infected during birth.
Sharing syringes (e. g. I. V. drug users) poses a risk of transferring HIV from one person to another.