Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is caused by SARS-CoV-2 and has spread rapidly and caused a global pandemic . Knowledge about clinical and laboratory manifestations in the pediatric population is necessary to guide and monitor such patients . A 3-year-old female patient diagnosed with COVID-19 presented with high fever . After defervescence, she experienced a maculopapular rash that worsened by the sixth day of the disease with self-limited evolution without relevant laboratory changes . The identification of rashes in children with COVID-19 is an unusual and important condition that must be recognized in view of the high transmissibility shown.