New cases of Covid-19 on the Island continued their downward trend, with 74 cases confirmed for the week ending Friday, Feb. 11 and just 14 more in the five days since.

In an abbreviated report, the Island boards of health said four new cases of the virus were reported on Wednesday, one confirmed by a PCR test and the other three from over-the-counter tests.

Four new cases were also reported Tuesday, and two new cases were reported on each of the three previous days — Saturday, Sunday, and Monday — four of which were confirmed by a PCR test and the others from OTC testing.

Weekly cases skyrocketed to a peak of 486 in the first week of January, but have declined sharply since then.

Martha’s Vineyard Hospital reported no patients hospitalized with Covid as of Tuesday.