Region Incubation Period Period of communicability Modes of Transmission Sign and Symptoms Control Measures &/or Public Health Response Reference
Whole Body 1-4 days usually around 2 days Around 5 days after ouset of illness upto 7 days in children and possibly longer. Direct contact with respiratorysecretions of an infected person. Absupt onset of fever with congh sorethroat and body aches. Exclude for duration of illness annual infhanza naccine illness contracindicated by age or allergies consult the physician for use of antimiral medication. Davenport,FM(1977) inviral infection of Human : Epidemiology