What are Mumps?

Mumps is an acute viral infection that triggers swelling of the face and inflammation of the parotid glands. The paramyxovirus is the disease’s main cause.

It primarily affects children, including those who have not received the full dose of the Mumps vaccine.

This has serious consequences that will have long-term pathological consequences on the human body. The spread of the disease has resulted in many epidemics and deaths in low and middle-income countries.