Norovirus vs. The Flu: What’s The Difference? | Under 200 Words

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The terms Flu and Norovirus are often used interchangeably- while they share a few similarities, they’re quite different.  For starters, they’re similar in that both can be contracted through contact with contaminated surfaces, objects and people and there’s no treatment for either. The primary difference is they’re impact on those who’ve been infected. Norovirus impacts the intestines and stomach while the Flu affects the respiratory system.  Norovirus is often referred to as the “stomach flu”, but really- there is no such thing as the “stomach flu”. Other differences include:

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