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The condition is usually milder than most and people often do not realize they have it until they develop symptoms.
It usually appears in the neck or abdomen and usually begins with fever and a rash.
Some people also develop a rash in their legs and arms, and they may develop headaches and have a sore throat.
In severe cases, people can develop liver damage.
People with the virus can pass the virus to other people by contact, such as sharing a toilet, eating, or sharing drinks.
If they do, they can spread the virus among people with whom they share those places.
They may not get sick, but they may have a higher risk of getting pneumonia and having complications from pneumonia.
People infected with the pandemic virus can transmit it to others by touching contaminated surfaces.