It's been a long flu season, but it may finally be nearing the end in Michigan.

Last week, flu levels in Michigan reached the lowest statewide level since November.

The Michigan Department of Community Health provides weekly updates on the report of flu-like symptoms at hospitals, doctor's offices, and clinics across Michigan.

The state as a whole has reached it's lowest level of reports since November and continues it's almost 2-month long pattern of declining reports.

The only region of Michigan with an unusually high rate is northern Michigan.

Reports of flu-like symptoms in southeast and southwest Michigan have returned to normal.  Reports in "central" Michigan, which includes West Michigan, remain just slightly elevated.