Confirmed cases of Covid-19 stayed at 24 Saturday, with no new cases reported for a second straight day.

In its daily update Saturday morning, the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital said it had tested 562 patients, with 23 positives, 530 negatives and nine pending.

One more confirmed case was reported Thursday by the Island boards of health, but because the patient was tested on the mainland, the case will not be included in the hospital case count. The positive test also marked the first serology, or antibody test, which confirms that a patient has had the virus. The boards of health said the patient, while not tested for the virus, had self-quarantined and was being monitored and included in contact tracing, and has since fully recovered.

Statewide there were 1,410 new cases Saturday, a slight drop from the day before, with 138 new deaths. The total confirmed case count on the commonwealth is 76,743 with 4,840 deaths.

A statewide stay-at-home order is in effect until May 18. As other states, including Rhode Island and New Hampshire, begin early phases of reopening, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker continues to take a strongly conservative approach.

At a press briefing Friday he indicated that while there are encouraging trends, with fewer hospitalizations and confirmed cases dropping slightly, the commonwealth is far from ready to reopen.

“The Massachusetts numbers are different [from some other states],” Governor Baker told a press briefing Friday afternoon.

And with Memorial Day two weeks away, he said: “It’s going to be a different summer.”