The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital reported one new case of Covid-19 on Thursday — the second case in three days on the Island after a weeklong case-free lull.

The recent case now brings the total of laboratory-tested positive coronavirus patients on the Island to 29. Eight patients have also tested positive for viral antibodies since the outbreak began, raising the total number of coronavirus patients to 37.

In a daily online testing update, the hospital reported that it had tested 863 patients for the virus as of 10:30 a.m. Thursday, with 27 positives, one more than the day before. Two patients have tested positive for the virus off-Island, accounting for the difference between hospital numbers and the total positive test patients reported by the boards of health.

The hospital update also reported that 819 patients had tested negative and 17 tests were still pending.

No one is currently hospitalized with the virus, according to the update. The hospital has had four patients test hospitalized with the virus, with three of those patients transferred off-Island to Boston.

The new case is a woman in her 30s who was tested at the hospital on-Island, according to a demographic report provided by the Island boards of health on Thursday afternoon. The Island has now had 17 women and 12 men test positive for the virus, with ages ranging from two patients under 20 to two patients above 70.

There are two or more patients in every age group in between: five in their 20s, three in their 30s, two in their 40s, eight in their 50s and seven in their 60s.

A project to provide universal coronavirus testing on the Vineyard also got underway with a slow roll-out at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School on Thursday. Ten patients, most of them volunteer staff at the site, received tests, with 20 scheduled for Friday.

Statewide, cases continued to trend downward on Thursday. The state DPH reported 675 new cases and 93 deaths. More than 94,000 people have tested positive for the virus across the state, and 6,640 have died since the pandemic began.