The German measles are contagious for 7 days before to 7 days after the rash appears, as noted by the New York State Department of Health. Rubella is another term for the German measles, and the disease itself is highly contagious and can be seen in patients through a rash, swollen glands a fever.Continue Reading
The disease can be spread among both children and adults. It is spread through direct contact, such as by touching the nose or throat mucus of someone who has the disease. It can also be spread through the air when a person breathes in infected particles of air.
It can take as long as 14 to 23 days for the symptoms to first appear. If a person is suffering from rubella symptoms, they should see a medical professional as soon as possible.Learn more about Conditions & Diseases