SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah health officials are reporting one new swine flu-related death for the week that ended Saturday.

The total number of H1N1-related deaths is now 27 this flu season.

The Utah Health Department says influenza is circulating at a level that is typical for what's seen during regular flu seasons. Influenza-like activity in Utah increased slightly from what was reported last week.

The health department also says there have been 883 hospitalizations due to both the seasonal flu and swine flu reported this influenza season. That's two more than were reported last week.