So let’s say these condoms ARE infected with HIV. In order for the virus to continue to live and infect someone, wouldn’t that person have to use the condom within like a couple of hours after the contamination?
If I remember correctly, HIV doesn’t live long after it leaves a warm body.
That’s what I was about to post. Yes, while body fluids that contain HIV should be avoided at all costs, the virus does need a biologically active environment to live. It’s actually extremely easy to kill after it leaves the human body. (Well, presumably it’s just as easy to kill in the human body but you wouldn’t live through the procedure, so…)
Let me add that currently there are zero confirmed cases of HIV having been transmitted through an inanimate object alone.