TestMV reported two new coronavirus cases on the Island Friday, bringing the total case count to four this week after a 10-day lull coming into September.

Also this week Nantucket saw a startling spike in cases, reporting 14 new patients in the past three days.

The two new cases reported on the Vineyard Friday — one male and one female — bring the Island’s total coronavirus caseload to 95. Of those, 71 patients have tested positive on the Island through laboratory tests; another 24 have either tested positive for viral antibodies or been symptomatically diagnosed with the virus.

There are currently three active Covid-19 cases on Island, according to a weekly demographic update from the Island boards of health. The one other case reported this week has been completed and referred to an off-Island board of health, according to the update.

The age breakdown for the 71 cases is as follows: nine under 20; 14 in their 20s; 13 in their 30s; 4 in their 40s; 17 in their 50s; 10 in their 60s; and three over the age of 70. Of the two new cases Friday, one was in their 30s and one was in their 60s.

TestMV, which is focused on testing asymptomatic patients for the virus, has now tested 13,251 patients since opening to the public at the end of May. Twenty-six patients have come back positive for the virus, and 373 tests are still pending.

The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, which continues to test symptomatic and high-risk patients for the virus, as well as their close contacts, has conducted 4,417 tests since the pandemic began in mid-March. Forty-five patients have come back positive for the virus, and 17 tests are still pending.

No one is currently hospitalized with the virus.

The town of Aquinnah has also distributed 271 self-swab tests through their board of health - all of which have either come back negative or are still pending

On the Island, 26 male and 45 female patients have tested positive for the virus via laboratory testing. Of the Island’s probable cases, 10 were male and 14 were female.

The Vineyard has seen case numbers stay steady through the summer, and right through Labor Day.

Nantucket was a different story this week, with 14 cases and seven new patients reported at Nantucket Cottage Hospital on both Wednesday and Thursday of this week.

Nantucket does not have a comprehensive coronavirus testing facility. The hospital is testing symptomatic patients and their contacts, using a similar protocol as the hospital on Martha’s Vineyard.

The 14 new cases on Nantucket prompted school administrators to adopt an all-remote model for the beginning of the school year, the Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror reported. In total, Nantucket has reported 81 cases of coronavirus since the pandemic began, 14 fewer than the Vineyard.

Statewide, case numbers have been slightly climbing across the commonwealth, with the Department of Public Health reported 443 new cases on Friday and 14 new deaths. More than 122,000 people in the state have now tested positive for the virus, and 8,971 have died.

No deaths have been reported on Martha’s Vineyard. One patient in his 80s died at the Nantucket Cottage Hospital in the spring.