The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a press release sharing news about a new lab test developed by CDC for EV-D68 which will allow more rapid testing of specimens. Because of this new test, confirmed cases of EV-D68 will appear to rise rapidly as specimen testing accelerates. However, changes in case counts won't represent a real-time influx of new cases. Remember too, as enterovirus season is expected to taper off, flu activity usually begins to increase in October. Many resources on the flu can be found on the CDC flu web site.
Below are some resources for Enterovirus D68 (EV-D58) from the CDC