(a) "Body fluids" defined. -- In this section, "body fluids" has the meaning stated in § 18-338.1 of the Health - General Article.
(b) In general. -- Exposure to HIV or hepatitis C between a victim and a person charged with a prohibited exposure occurs:
(1) by percutaneous or mucocutaneous contact with blood or body fluids;
(2) by contact for a prolonged period with blood or body fluids of an open wound, including dermatitis, exudative lesions, and chapped skin;
(3) by intact skin contact for a prolonged period with large amounts of blood or body fluids; or
(4) under any other condition or circumstance under which a person may be exposed to HIV or hepatitis C.
An. Code 1957, art. 27, § 855(a)(3), (7); 2001, ch. 10, § 2; 2005, ch. 252; 2017, chs. 485, 486.