The Fourth of July weekend saw one new positive test case of Covid-19 reported on the Island, as coronavirus numbers slowly inch upward with summer entering full swing.

The new case reported on Monday is a male in his 20s, according to a daily demographic report provided by the Island boards of health. There have now been 11 people in their 20s or younger to test positive for the virus, more than any other demographic age group.

The new case reported on Monday was actually a positive test that came back on Saturday, July 4, according to Tisbury health agent Maura Valley. There are now four active cases on the Island, according to Friday’s expanded demographic report.

The test was conducted at TestMV, the comprehensive coronavirus testing site at the regional high school. The site focuses on testing asymptomatic patients for the virus, while the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital continues to test symptomatic patients and their close contacts.

Island boards of health agents reported that the site has now tested over 3,000 patients for the virus in the past month, with five tests coming back positive. Of the 3,182 tests, 2,964 have come back negative and 213 are still pending.

The site is now testing between 100 and 200 patients daily for the virus. Retests are also available, however the testing call center has added a note suggesting patients check whether their insurance company covers retests.

Tests can be scheduled by calling 1-877-336-9855 and are available by appointment only.

In its daily website update, the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital reported that it had tested 1,786 patients for the virus, with 29 positives, 1,732 negatives and 25 pending. The hospital reported its first positive patient in a month last week.

No one is currently hospitalized with the virus. Hospital spokesman Katrina Delgadillo confirmed that no Covid-positive patients have been hospitalized since early May.

The town of Aquinnah is also offering self-administered saliva test kits for the virus. All 27 people who have been tested courtesy of the town’s board of health have tested negative for the virus.

The new case on Monday marks the 54th positive or suspected positive coronavirus patient on the Island, with 36 people testing positive via a confirmed PCR test, 15 testing positive for viral antibodies and three individuals who were symptomatically diagnosed.

Case numbers statewide continue to stay low despite surges elsewhere, with the DPH reporting 157 new positive patients on Monday and 15 new deaths.