The Martha’s Vineyard boards of health reported three new coronavirus cases on the Vineyard Monday, two from over the holiday weekend.

Tisbury health agent Maura Valley, spokesman for the six boards of health, said in an email that two positive cases were reported on Saturday, one from the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital and one from TestMV, the free testing site at the regional high school.

A third positive case was reported Monday from TestMV, Ms. Valley said.

The report brings the total positive case tally on the Vineyard to 108.

On Friday a third case in as many days and the fourth for the week was reported by the Island boards of health.

Meanwhile, the only patient hospitalized with the illness was discharged.

The newest case Friday was a female under 20 who was tested at TestMV.

The total number of cases confirmed by positive PCR tests is 84 since the pandemic began. Twenty-four other cases are considered probable because they were diagnosed by symptoms or the presence of viral antibodies.

The Island’s case count has crept up in recent weeks, but the the positive test rate, that is, the percentage of positive cases per tests completed, remains below 1 per cent. More than 20,000 people have been tested on Martha’s Vineyard since the pandemic began.

Last Wednesday the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital reported a patient had been admitted as an inpatient. A daily report by the Island boards of health Wednesday reported the patient was a male over 70. On Friday, the patient was discharged, a hospital spokesman said.

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

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