The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital reported one new case of coronavirus on the Island Thursday, its second this week after announcing that it had admitted its first inpatient with the virus Wednesday.

The patient was discharged Friday, a hospital spokesman said.

In their daily demographic update Thursday, the Island boards of health reported that the new case is a male in his 20s, bringing the Island’s total coronavirus case count to 104 patients and the total number of positive laboratory patients on the Island to 80 since the pandemic began.

Of those 80 laboratory positive patients, 49 have been tested at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital and 30 have been tested at TestMV, the comprehensive testing site at the high school. Another 24 patients have either been symptomatically diagnosed with the virus or tested positive for viral antibodies.

The hospital is testing symptomatic patients and their close contacts for the virus; TestMV is focused on testing asymptomatic patients.

The new case reported Thursday is the third case reported at the hospital since last Friday and the fourth overall. It is unknown how many of those cases remain active, although there were two active cases on the Island as of last Friday.

The age breakdown for cases on-Island is as follows: 11 under 20; 17 in their 20s; 14 in their 30s; five in their 40s; 17 in their 50s; 11 in their 60s; and five over the age of 70. Forty-seven cases are female, and 33 are male.

Meanwhile, Nantucket Cottage Hospital reported three new positive cases on Thursday, even as the positive test rate on the island has decreased throughout the week after two separate spikes in cases that occurred on the island throughout September.

One patient is currently hospitalized, according to a state report.

Nantucket has now reported 155 positive laboratory tests of the virus, most of which have come since Labor Day. Eight patients have been transferred off the island for care, including six in the past two weeks. The island has had three Covid-related deaths, two since last Friday.

No Covid-related deaths have occurred on Martha’s Vineyard.

Statewide, the DPH reported 409 new cases of the virus on Thursday and eight new deaths. More than 134,000 people have tested positive for the virus since the pandemic began, and 9,350 have died.

The state’s seven-day positive test rate average remains at one per cent, although its three-day average of hospitalized Covid-positive patients has increased steadily from 329 in early September to 498 on Thursday.