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Rubella Incubation Period - Rubella Symptoms
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- Rubella Incubation Period
The rubella incubation period is the time between rubella transmission and the start of rubella symptoms. As this eMedTV article explains, the incubation period for rubella typically lasts between 14 and 21 days.
- Rubella Statistics
Rubella statistics show that the disease is on the decline, especially in children. This eMedTV article provides more rubella statistics on topics such as the rubella vaccine, congenital rubella syndrome, and the incidence of rubella in adults.
- Rubella Symptoms
Some of the common symptoms of rubella include swollen lymph glands, mild fever, and a red, blotchy rash. This eMedTV article lists other signs and symptoms of rubella, and explains that about half the people who have rubella will not develop symptoms.