The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital reported one new coronavirus case on Sunday morning, the third in the past week after a previous nine-day break in cases.

The new case reported on Sunday brings the Islandwide coronavirus caseload to 38; 30 patients have tested positive for the virus, and eight have tested positive for viral antibodies since the outbreak began.

The three cases from this past week are the only active cases on-Island, according to a demographic report from the Island boards of health that went out on Friday. All other cases have either seen patients recover or are no longer being monitored.

In its daily online testing update, the hospital reported that it had tested 927 patients for the virus as of 9:30 a.m. Sunday, with 28 positives, 898 negatives and one test pending.

The two other patients who have tested positive for the virus had their tests off-Island, accounting for the difference between hospital numbers and the total positive caseload.

The new cases on Island come as a comprehensive coronavirus testing facility opens up at the high school. The site is scheduled to test some 300 high priority individuals in the next week. Ten tests done at the site Thursday came back with negative results.

Until Thursday, the only certified testing lab on the Island was at the hospital. The hospital will continue to provide tests for symptomatic patients and their contacts, while the high school site, run by Island Health Care and Quest Diagnostics, will provide testing for all. An appointment is necessary, but not a physician referral.