Everyone born from 1945 through 1965 should get tested. A doctor or nurse gets nicked by a needle they’ve used on a patient. Or people injecting illegal drugs share a needle. The needle isn’t the problem. It’s what’s on it. Hepatitis C can spread through blood. Even if it only happened once, or you’re at high risk for other reasons (like if you have HIV or your mom had hepatitis C while pregnant with you), you should get tested. So should everyone born from 1945 through 1965.
His blade stung against her neck, digging into the flesh ever so slightly. "Arrogant boy," she glared. "Have you already forgotten that what we do may not hurt now, but when the new cycle comes we will feel his perdition?"