Our expert says:
Attached find a link that could provide you with some information about glandular fever. You will read that it is a fairly common infection and often people have it without necessarily having the symptoms. Being around a person that has it opens the risk for you to get it – it does not only have to be through kissing. Furthermore clinically it is found that the active infectious stage is usually 4-5 weeks. You mentioned that he had the infection more than a month ago – which seems to be out of the “danger” time period. – the link:
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