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Can I Go to Work with Shingles?

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No, you shouldn't work if you have shingles since it is contagious. Shingles can easily be passed on by direct contact with the blisters. It is caused by a virus called the varicella-zoste, the same virus that causes chickenpox.
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Shingles are a very contagious reappearance of chickenpox. If you have shingles, it is advisable to avoid work or any other contact place so as to minimise transmission.
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