The video shows a boy with chickenpox. We can see typical chickenpox in various stages of development scattered around his body. This is typical for this childhood disease.
This boy has chickenpox which causes a rash consisting of fluid-filled blisters, which are spread all over the body. The skin around the rash looks normal. This boy also has some blisters in the lining inside his mouth.
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