The legal ramifications of COVID are still being debated in the court system. It is unlikely that you can sue someone for giving it to you, but there have been rare cases where people were able to prove negligence on part of the giver.
In these instances, they were eligible to receive compensation for damages caused by COVID. The best thing to do is if you find yourself living with someone who has given you COVID files restraining order against them and keep your distance from them at all costs!
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If they have not told you that they are HIV positive (or even just don’t tell their partner), it may be because the person does not want to admit or disclose.
It’s important for doctors to ask patients questions like this during an appointment so people can get tested more often too.
It’s better than waiting until there might be some risk involved in dating somebody again before telling them.