The primary warning sign can luckily be seen from the first sight: it’s coverage made of the reddish spots on the baby’s skin. Many people confuse the diagnosis with the measles due to this visual symptom, but it’s important to make the difference. The source of the problems are viruses but of the different kinds. Rubella is less infectious and serious, but still important to take care of. In most cases, there is nothing to worry about as children in the US are provided with the special measles-mumps-rubella vaccine, capable of solving this problem.