Influenza subtypes

Influenza is also known as the “flu” which is an infectious disease that is caused by its subtypes A, B, C, and D. Influenza A virus is found widespread among mammalian species such as humans and pigs. Influenza B and Influenza C viruses primarily infect humans, and Influenza D virus is mostly found on cattle and pigs.

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