According to Doctor Sara, in the second stage rashes to get most itchy and forms blisters with fluid.
Stage three marks the recovery, whereby scabs become crusted over and the infection is no longer contagious.
How to reduce the risk of catching chicken pox
Chicken pox spreads through direct contact with an infected person so you can takes steps to reduce transmission.
According to Doctor Sara, you can catch chicken pox via direct touch with someone’s rash or if you touch someone’s blister or inhale their respiratory droplets.