Fever and Rash

Fever (100° axillary (armpit), 101° orally, 102° aural/ear)* and behavior change or other signs and symptoms, e.g., sore throat, rash, vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy, irritability, constant crying, difficulty breathing.  

Rash with fever or behavioral changes, until a physician has determined it is not a communicable  disease, such as:


  • Purulent conjunctivitis (defined as pink or red conjunctiva with white or yellow eye discharge) until on antibiotics for 24 hours. 


  • Impetigo until 24 hours after treatment has been started. 


  • Strep throat (or other streptoccol infection) until 24 hours after treatment has been started.


  • Head lice until after treatment and all nits are removed.


  • Rubella, until 6 days after the rash appears.

Special circumstances that requires specific exclusion criteria include the following:

  • Toxin-producing E coli or Shigella infection, until the diarrhea resolves and the test results of 2 stool cultures are negative for these organisms Salmonella serotype Typhi infection, until diarrhea resolves.


  • In children younger than 5 years with Salmonella serotype Typhi, 3 negative stool cultures are required.                                                  


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