In the first report of the new year, the Island boards of health reported 28 new confirmed coronavirus cases Monday, as well as three new probable cases.

There have been no case reports since Thursday, when 21 cases were reported on the last day of the year.

In the Monday report, Tisbury health agent Maura Valley said there had been seven cases Friday, four from the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, two from TestMV and one from an off-Island testing provider.

On Saturday there were 12 confirmed cases, 10 from the hospital and two from TestMV.

On Sunday there were five confirmed cases, one from the hospital and four from test MV. Also Sunday the boards of health reported three symptomatically diagnosed cases.

On Monday there were four confirmed cases, two from the hospital, one from TestMV and one from a private provider, the report said.

To date there have been 601 confirmed cases, 561 from PCR tests.

TestMV, the free testing site at the regional high school, had performed 28,763 tests as of Monday, while the hospital had performed 10,499 tests. The hospital only tests symptomatic patients and their close contacts.

As January begins, a general quiet has settled over the Island. A number of year-round restaurants have closed for the deep winter months, and many businesses are striving to stay afloat after months of pandemic restrictions put a tourniquet on the usual flow of summer revenues this year.