The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital reported two more positive cases of Covid-19 Saturday morning, as the total number of infections on the Island rose to 12.

Data provided later in the day by Tisbury board of health agent Maura Valley showed the two new cases were both women, one between 50 and 59 and the other unknown. No other identifying information, including hometowns, are being released for privacy reasons.

The statewide numbers continuedt to climb Saturday, with 1,334 new cases, bringing the state total to more than 11,700. Another 24 people have died from the virus,  for a total of 216 since the outbreak began.

In a daily email report Saturday morning, the hospital's director of communications Katrina Delgadillo reported there is no one currently hospitalized at Martha's Vineyard Hospital with the coronavirus. She said Friday that two people have been airlifted to Boston for medical reasons since the outbreak began, one within the week and one previously, but offered no other details.

As of Saturday, the hospital has tested 134 people for the coronavirus. Of these, 112 have been negative and 11 more are still pending. Eleven people have been confirmed to have the virus, according to the hospital.

The Island boards of health had previously reported another positive case after a patient was symptomatically diagnosed, bringing the total number of confirmed cases on the Island to 12.

The hospital and boards of health are both reporting case numbers, but in different formats and at different times of day.

The boards of health report their numbers at the end of the day, around the same time the state Department of Public health releases daily numbers on the state website, usually at about 4 p.m.

The hospital usually updates its website in the morning.

As of Friday morning, the hospital reported that 125 tests have been done, with nine positives, 105 negatives and 11 still pending

At the end of day Friday, the board of health numbers remained unchanged with 10 confirmed cases. The boards of health are also reporting breakdowns in cases by age and gender.

As of Friday, there were four males and six females being reported with Covid-19. Six cases are in the 50-59 age group. Two are in the 60-69 age group. There is one case each in the 20-29 and 30-39 age group. The new case is a female in the 60-69 age group. Towns of residence and other information is not being provided.

Also instead of grouping Dukes and Nantucket counties together, the state is now reporting breakdowns by county.

Discrepancies and time lags between the state, hospital and board of health numbers have continued throughout the week.

In other pandemic news, all Island towns have begun to take steps extend their stay-at-home orders until early May.

Aquinnah, Chilmark and West Tisbury have voted to extend the stay-at-home order to May 4, while townwide construction bans will be extended to April 21.

At a meeting Friday morning, Tisbury selectmen followed suit. Selectmen noted that it is likely that the orders will be extended again.

The construction moratorium halts all non-emergency construction work on the Island.

Town counsel Ron Rappaport has helped coordinate dates for the extensions throughout the Island.

“It is a positive to have all the towns working together and speaking with a unified voice,” Mr. Rappaport said at a meeting of the Chilmark selectmen Thursday.

At a West Tisbury meeting Wednesday, town administrator Jen Rand noted the expected surge in cases in the commonwealth sometime in the next two weeks. “All of the studies show that April 14 may be our peak time for this crisis in Massachusetts. Hopefully we won’t see a terrible surge, but that is the estimated fate,” Ms. Rand said. “We are working to get people back to work, but everyone felt quite strongly that now is not the time because we need to keep this curve as flat as possible.”