Common viral infection with rash occurring 4 to 14 days (up to 21 days) after the start of the viral infection
Yes, when all of the following criteria are met:
When exclusion criteria are resolved, the child is able to participate, and staff members determine they can care for the child without compromising their ability to care for the health and safety of the other children in the group
Pregnant family members and teachers/caregivers who expect to have contact with their own or other children who receive care in group care settings should consult with their health professionals about the risk, although low, to the fetus if the pregnant mother is infected with parvovirus. These women should understand the risk to their unborn child and ways to reduce that risk. At enrollment, the program should explain the importance of hand hygiene to reduce the risk of sharing infections...