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Fifth disease is an illness caused by parvovirus B19, which is commonly transmitted through saliva, sputum, or nasal mucus of infected people. The disease is characterized by a rash that resembles a slapped cheek and is typically found in children. Some symptoms of fifth disease can appear before the rash, such as low-grade fever, chills, and body aches. There is no treatment to kill the virus; however, fifth disease is often a mild illness among otherwise healthy children and adults.
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