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- What is the probability that a healthy person with fully functional immunity will become infected when he receives a tiny amount of a) hands, b) eyes, c) lungs?

What is the probability that a healthy person with fully functional immunity will become infected when he receives a tiny amount of some (flu kind) virus on a) hands, b) eyes, c) lungs?

I don't know how to define a small dose of a virus, but I guess if only one virus gets in my lungs, my immune system can handle it. It is so?

It's probably also dependent on the type of virus. How about ordinary flu and sars-cov2.

Thank you for reactions.

I don't know how to define a small dose of a virus, but I guess if only one virus gets in my lungs, my immune system can handle it. It is so?

It's probably also dependent on the type of virus. How about ordinary flu and sars-cov2.

Thank you for reactions.