No new cornonavirus cases were reported on Martha’s Vineyard Sunday, while statewide cases continued to rise and a new field hospital on Cape Cod was announced by Gov. Charlie Baker.

On the Vineyard there are currently 12 confirmed cases of Covid-19, 11 laboratory diagnosed and one symptomatically diagnosed, the Island boards of health reported in their daily update Sunday afternoon.

The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, which does not log symptomatically diagnosed cases, reported 11 confirmed cases in its daily web update Sunday at around noon, the same number as Saturday. No one was currently hospitalized for treatment of the disease at that time.

The boards of health reported age and gender breakdown as follows for the Vineyard: there are four male and eight female patients, with seven between the ages of 50-59, two between 60-69, one between 30-39, one between 20-29 and one unknown.

Governor Baker announced the new Cape Cod field hospital — the third one to date in the state — during a tour of a drive-through testing facility at Gillette Stadium Sunday afternoon, according to WCVB news.

The hospital will be set up at Joint Base Cape Cod in Bourne. The military base houses training facilities for the U.S. Air Force, Coast Guard, Army National Guard and Air National Guard.

As in other areas around the country, the field hospital is being set up for Covid-19 patients who require hospitalization but not intensive care.

The hospital will be led by Cape Cod Healthcare president and chief executive officer Michael K. Lauf, according to the news report.

State numbers Sunday show there are 347 confirmed cornoavirus cases in Barnstable County, 963 cases in Plymouth County and 659 cases in Bristol County.

State and local numbers continue to be at odds for Dukes County, with the state reporting eight confirmed cases in Dukes, and seven cases on Nantucket (state and local numbers for Nantucket agree).