How Long Does It Take a Cold to Incubate?

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A common cold will have a varying incubation period which greatly depends on the type of cold. There are over 200 different variations of the common cold and each is unique in some way or another. The typical incubation period will last from 10 to 12 hours however, while a common influenza virus will have an incubation period ranging anywhere from one day to one week. More information on these illnesses can be found at symptom checker websites online.
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