Elizabeth Tinsley
Journal of Health Visiting, Vol. 5, Iss. 9, 20 Sep 2017, pp 440 - 441

Rubella, also known as German measles, is a viral infection.
It is usually mild and self-resolves in 7-10 days, and serious
complication are rare. Children with rubella should stay off
school or nursery, and avoid contact with pregnant women
where possible, for 6 days after the initial development of
the rash (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence,
2015). This article provides some tips for parents on managing
symptoms and treatments for rubella in children.

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