no, not unless one of the ingredients in the cookie dough was already contaminated. The most common concern in eating raw cookie dough is the possibility of salmonella from the raw eggs in the unbaked dough, not worms.
The type of worms that infest the human digestive track are usually picked up from soil or animal feces, not from uncooked food, unless that food is severely contaminated with soil or feces. The "mealy worms" sometimes found in flour and other grains are not the same as the worms that cause intestinal disease.
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