Thank you for your question.
1: Patients with this infection can continue to visit public places, as the virus is spread mainly through saliva (kissing), and even room-mates of patients are not at a higher risk of getting infected( according to a recent study)
2:Reinfection is possible but improbable
3:Acute symptoms resolve within 2 weeks, although tiredness
may persist for a month,or in some cases, longer.ATHLETES SHOULD AVOID CONTACT SPORTS WITHIN THE FIRST TWO WEEKS!!! for fear of rupturing their spleen!! This fact cannot be over-emphasized!!
4:There is no vaccine
available, exercising caution and gaining education about transmission are the best weapons we have.
5:Treatment is symptomatic, Acetaminophen
, adequate fluids and nutrition and adequate rest(complete bed rest
is not necessary)