Region Incubation Period Period of communicability Modes of Transmission Sign and Symptoms Control Measures &/or Public Health Response Reference
Whole Body 14-25 days, usually 16-18 days Most infections from 48 hours prior to ouset of smelling until 4 days after ouset. Person to person by displet spread also by contact with saliva of infected person. Generalises illness charactised by something of the salmary glands inflamination of testicles, in 20-30 % of post pulsestal males, CNS imolrement after occuses. Exclude from school day care workplace until smelling has substed usually 5 days. Confirm diagnosis by nosopharyngeal PCR. Contact investization immize susceptiable contacts or enclude as sons as directed by health department. Routine immis Who (2007) ,weekly Epidemiological Record ,16th Feb,No 7,2007