What is the difference between Influenza A and B?
Influenza A causes the majority of illnesses detected in flu season, it is a faster changing, and more diverse virus than Influenza B.
Influenza B is also highly contagious, but as it can only spread between humans, it is less likely to genetically change as fast as type A.
Both Influenza A and B are contagious, and cause similar symptoms, they also both cause seasonal epidemics during the colder months.
How long does it take to get the results?
Results are typically available within 24 hours.