1. Clinical symptoms: A red-pink rash that starts on the face and later spreads to the rest of the body, coupled with a history of exposure to an infected individual, may strongly suggest rubella.
  2. Laboratory tests: A blood test can detect the presence of rubella-specific antibodies, confirming the diagnosis. This is especially important for pregnant women or individuals at risk of complications.
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