Can a person from a chicken pox virus infected house, carry the virus to another person?

Chicken pox. Yes. The virus, while infected individuals are still developing new lesions, is highly contagious through skin to skin contact. If you care for an infected individual, you can carry the virus to another person unless you use very careful handwashing.

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If you are in contact with a child with chicken pox, but you are immune, will you carry the virus and pass it on to another child?

Very unlikely. The virus is transmitted primarily from actively infected persons who are making large numbers of virus in their systems. If you are immune you will not get the virus, and it will die quickly if on your hands, etc. Read more...
Not likely. Not likely but if you came in contact with the contaminated mucous you could potentially pass it on but it would have to be immediate. Read more...

Could an adult carry on his hands, chicken pox germs from infected children to other uninfected children?

No. If the adult has active chicken pox then yes. If the adult has had chickenpox and is immune then not they will not carry it... Wash hands between touching an infected child and an uninfected child. It is spread primarily through respiratory droplets. Read more...