Good news about the flu season in Australia -- the country is at the end of winter, nearing the end of their flu season.
The Aussies have had an average year, even though dominated by some severe swine flu cases.
That could mean the U.S. will not have a severe bout with flu.
The Australian Health Agency's latest report says "rates are below levels seen at the same time in 2007 and 2008."
Though their season is virtually over, Australia has ordered 21 million swine flu shots -- enough for the entire populace.