No, mosquitoes do not transmit HIV from one human to another.
The HIV virus does not live or reproduce in any insect. Also when a mosquito bites she injects her saliva and not her last blood feast. And there
are not enough HIV particles ingested by the mosquitoes to transmit HIV.
Mosquitoes do carry viruses and parasites but it is highly unlikely that you'd get A.I.D.S.
The Female draws blood from animals to feed it's offspring. When they do that they inject it's saliva but not any blood. Even if the Mosquito has
bitten someone with H.I.V. any residual blood containing the virus, the virus would likely not survive.
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