The presentation resembles many other childhood viral illnesses. Specifically, they have signs and symptoms similar to those of the common cold. These, of course, include fever, runny nose, cough, redness of the eyes, and sore throat. This brief respiratory ailment accompanies a generally poor feeling for the patient, and the temperature elevation may be quite high [1, 2, 3].
It all becomes apparent 7 to 21 days after the person acquires the infection, and this time delay is the incubation period. In other words, neither symptoms nor signs occur until well after the early phase of this medical condition.
As with most childhood infectious diseases, the client will suffer from loss of appetite.