Island health agents reported a new coronavirus case on Monday, bringing the Vineyard’s total Covid-19 case-count to 49 since the outbreak began in mid-March.

The individual who tested positive on Monday, a woman in her 20s, marks the third positive test in the past week from TestMV, the comprehensive testing site at the regional high school. The site is focused on testing asymptomatic patients.

In their daily testing update, the boards of health reported that TestMV has tested 1,506 patients since opening to the public in late May, with three tests coming back positive, 1,407 negative and 99 still pending.

The site tested nearly 1,000 patients — many of them high-risk elderly patients or frontline grocery store and medical workers — before recording its first positive test last week.

The Vineyard has now had 33 patients test positive for the virus, with 28 patients testing positive at the hospital, three at the high school and two receiving tests off-Island. There have also been 16 presumed positive Covid-19 cases, with 13 of those patients testing positive for viral antibodies, and three patients symptomatically diagnosed.

According to an update from Tisbury health agent Maura Valley last Friday, the three most recent positive cases are the only currently active cases on-Island. All other positive patients have been released from monitoring and are no longer symptomatic.

A second coronavirus testing site on the Island, the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, is continuing to test symptomatic patients and their close contacts for the virus.

In their daily online testing update, the hospital reported that it had tested exactly 1,400 patients for the virus, with 28 positives, 1,362 negatives and 10 tests pending.

The hospital has not reported a positive case on-Island in the past three weeks.

According to Tisbury health agent Maura Valley, the low positive case percentage at TestMV is likely because the site is focused on testing asymptomatic patients while the hospital has tested patients showing symptoms.

State numbers have stayed relatively stable over the past week, allowing the governor to reopen restaurants for indoor dining on Monday and offices to open with 50 per cent capacity. The DPH reported 147 new cases on Monday and 17 deaths, one of the lowest death counts in weeks.

More than 107,000 people have tested positive for the virus in the state, and 7,874 people have died.