This extremely contagious disease is often transmitted to over 90% unprotected close contacts of the infected person. it is found only in humans and 5-7 days after exposure, patient develops high fecer and cold-like symotoms with a typpical rash appearing another 3-4 days after that. Severe forms of the disease are rare and are usually found in children under 5, people with malnutrition or whoo are immunocompromised. This disease is  a) is caused by S. aureus b) now totally eradicated now due to vaccine c) prevented by the MMR vaccine d) is known as German measles

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This extremely contagious disease is often transmitted to over 90% unprotected close contacts of the infected person. it is found only in humans and 5-7 days after exposure, patient develops high fecer and cold-like symotoms with a typpical rash appearing another 3-4 days after that. Severe forms of the disease are rare and are usually found in children under 5, people with malnutrition or whoo are immunocompromised. This disease is 

a) is caused by S. aureus

b) now totally eradicated now due to vaccine

c) prevented by the MMR vaccine

d) is known as German measles

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