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Flesh eating germs or bacteria are a type of streptococci that is extremely virulent.

The medical term virulent means very aggressive and this can produce very serious infections in the body.

Is there a difference between a flesh-eating virus and bacteria?

The answer is simple. There exists a common misconception of mistaking this germ for a virus because it is so virulent.

The germ that is responsible for this highly infectious disease is a bacteria from the streptococcus family.

In every instance, a flesh-eating bacterial infection is very painful and serious and must receive immediate care.

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