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Rubella is a mild viral infection that usually attacks young children and adolescents. The most significant way of preventing this infection is vaccination. It is a contagious infection that spreads through airborne droplets. When patients of Rubella sneeze and/or cough, the infection spreads to the people nearby. Some of the common symptoms in children are nausea, conjunctivitis, low fever, rash and swollen lymph glands behind the ears and on the neck. A pregnant woman who has Rubella is likely to pass it on to the child in her womb, leading to complications or even death.
HOW IS RUBELLA DIAGNOSED?
Congenital Rubella Syndrome occurs chiefly in Africa and South-East Asia, where Rubella vaccination coverage is inadequate.