The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital reported two new positive tests for Covid-19 on Monday and TestMV reported one new case, marking three new confirmed PCR cases over the weekend and bringing the Island’s total coronavirus caseload to 68.

A fourth individual was reported as having tested positive for viral antibodies on Monday as well.

Two of the individuals who tested positive over the weekend were male and one was female, according to a daily demographic report provided by the Island boards of health. Twenty men and 28 women have tested positive for the disease.

The age breakdown of the three new cases is as follows: one individual under 20, one individual in their 20s and one individual in their 60s.

There have now been 16 individuals under the age of 30 to test positive for the virus on the Island, five under 20 and 11 in their 20s.

In their daily website update, the hospital reported the two new positive test results, raising the total number of patients who have tested positive at the hospital from 33 to 35, as of 9:30 a.m. Monday.

The hospital has now tested 2,356 patients for the virus. Ten tests are still pending.

Later in the day, a demographic report from the Island boards of health reported the new case from TestMV. There have now been 12 people to test positive for the virus asymptomatically at the high school testing site.

TestMV has tested 4,961 patients for the virus over the past six weeks. The site currently has 147 tests still pending.

The hospital is currently testing symptomatic patients and their close contacts for the virus, as well as patients looking to be admitted to the hospital for care. TestMV, the comprehensive coronavirus testing site at the regional high school, is testing asymptomatic patients for the virus.

After a week in which six individuals tested positive after the Fourth of July, the Island only saw one new case last week. There are now seven cases in progress on the Island, meaning that the patients are still being monitored by public health nurses or the Island boards of health. All other cases have been either completed or cleared from monitoring.

The Island has also had 17 patients test positive for coronavirus antibodies, including the new patient on Monday, and three patients be symptomatically diagnosed with the virus since the pandemic began in mid-March. The new antibody positive case was a female in her 60s.

Cuttyhunk, a remote Island at the end of the Elizabeth islands chain, reported its first case of the virus on Thursday last week.

Statewide, the Department of Public Health reported 174 new cases and one new death. Over 107,000 people have now tested positive for the virus in Massachusetts, and 8,214 have died.