Reports Of Flu In Michigan Remain Near Seasonal High
The flu has not been getting as much attention lately, but little has changed.
Reports of flu-like symptoms remain near the seasonal high in Michigan.
The Michigan Department of Community Health gives weekly updates on reports of the flu across Michigan. The latest report shows:
- Total reports in Michigan are down slightly, but remain near the seasonal high.
- Northern Michigan is having the highest rate of reports of flu-like symptoms in Michigan.
- The “central” Michigan region (which includes West Michigan) has seen a small rise in reports of flu-like symptoms for four consecutive weeks.
- Many years, reports of the flu in Michigan peak then quickly fall back down. This year, the peak seems to be lasting longer than most. Assuming we’ve reached the peak.
- Reports of the flu remain widespread over the entire country, with the southeast part of the country currently experiencing the lowest rate.