The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital reported one new coronavirus case on the Island Tuesday, ending a nine-day stretch with no new cases.

The total case count for the Vineyard now stands at 36, with 28 laboratory confirmed cases and eight positive antibody tests. In addition to the new laboratory case reported by the hospital, a new antibody positive was confirmed by the Island boards of health in their count late Tuesday.

As of Tuesday the hospital had done 837 tests, with 26 positives, 795 negatives and 16 pending. Two previous laboratory confirmed cases were from testing that was done off-Island.

Meanwhile statewide, confirmed cases continue their downward trend Tuesday, with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health reporting 422 new cases and 57 new deaths. The total number of confirmed cases in the commonwealth now stands at 93,693 while 6,473 people have died from the disease.

Tuesday marked the second day of the first phase of a four-phase reopening plan in the state, with hair salons, car washes and dog grooming allowed to resume.

Memorial Day weekend was quiet, with Islanders and visitors alike out and about for errands and grocery shopping but otherwise mostly staying home.

On Tuesday work began at the regional high school where a drive-in testing facility is being readied. Sponsored by a public-private partnership that includes the Quest Diagnostics laboratory and Island Health Care, the comprehensive testing program is due to get under way late this week.