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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Infections
Level: Grade 9
Created: 5 years ago

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Grade 9 Infections

Rubella is a viral infection that causes symptoms including fever, headache, a runny nose, and a rash. If a person receives the rubella vaccination as a child and then is exposed to the rubella virus as an adult, they will MOST likely have
  1. the same symptoms because childhood vaccines do not prevent adult infections.
  2. no symptoms because of the immunity acquired through the childhood vaccination.
  3. the same symptoms because vaccines must be taken after, not before, infection
  4. no symptoms because rubella is a virus that can only infect children.
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