The Martha’s Vineyard boards of health reported 20 positive cases of Covid-19 for the seven-day period ending April 2.

Of those, 11 were from PCR tests and nine from over-the-counter or antigen testing.

In the daily update issued Monday, one new positive case was reported on Sunday, April 3, and 11 new positive cases were reported on April 4.

The Vineyard remains classified as low risk. No one is currently hospitalized with the virus.

After this week, the boards of health will no longer be issuing expanded weekly reports. Instead, daily reports with case counts and CDC risk classification will be issued Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.