Flu season has passed for another year, according to official EU figures which show the peak of the season was recorded in January.
Earlier this year it was reported that the flu season had been relatively mild but there remained concern that the annual outbreak had yet to peak.
Every year, around 10% of the European population is infected by influenza. Final figures for the 2013-14 season are still being calculated.
Data compiled by the European Centre for Disease Prevention & Control (ECDC) show that all countries in Europe reported low flu activity as the number of cases steadily tapers off.
Of the 86 samples tested at flu surveillance spots in 13 countries, just 8% were positive for influenza virus.
“With influenza activity continuing to decline in all reporting countries after five months of active transmission, the 2013-14 influenza season is coming to an end,” the ECDC said.