Flu levels rise, but still remain low in Michigan
Hundreds have been hospitalized and some have died because of the flu this season in Michigan, but overall reports of the flu remain low in Michigan.
H1N1 has been responsible for most of the flu deaths in Michigan. Fortunately, H1N1 hasn't been widespread.
The Michigan Department of Community Health issued it's latest report on Thursday. For the second straight week, reports of "flu-like symptoms" rose.
Despite the rise, reports still remain relatively low.
The "Central" region, which includes West Michigan, had the highest rate of reports of flu-like illness in the state.
The "North" region hit it's seasonal low.