This is directly from the CDC:
Most individuals exposed to people with infectious mononucleosis have previously been infected with EBV and are not at risk for infectious mononucleosis. In addition, transmission of EBV requires intimate contact with the saliva (found in the mouth) of an infected person. Transmission of this virus through the air or blood does not normally occur. The incubation period, or the time from infection to appearance of symptoms, ranges from 4 to 6 weeks. Persons with infectious mononucleosis may be able to spread the infection to others for a period of weeks. However, no special precautions or isolation procedures are recommended, since the virus is also found frequently in the saliva of healthy people.
In fact, many healthy people can carry and spread the virus intermittently for life. These people are usually the primary reservoir for person-to-person transmission. For this reason, transmission of the virus is almost impossible to prevent.
yes, it is contageous
Kelly was never able to stay home by herself because of her monophobia.
till it is gone your domass whoever said till its gone
how long the doctor says
The school board says not to let your child stay home unless he/she has a fever. I would let him stay home considering if a child is sick, they won't be able to concentrate very well. Also the school would most likely send him home anyway. To put it in father terms: DON'T SEND HIM!
Carol of the bells By John Williams as on Home Alone
the mono word for that means the shade of a colour is called a monochrome. i hope that will help some people in home work
last time my teacher just said their mono. Buddhism is the one that's poly.
In my world, mono means one.
Mono is like single or alone, so it's mono mono, all my life I'll be mono, I'm alone and it's good to me, mono, from love I run away, mono... That's the chorus atleast
no they are not no one is to old to stay home
Don't Stay Home was created in 1995.