Two New Cases Are Reported; Island Boards of Health Change Methods for Counting
Noah Asimow

Martha’s Vineyard boards of health reported one new positive coronavirus test and one new positive antibody test among Island residents on Wednesday, bringing the total number of coronavirus cases on-Island to 28.

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Antibody Tests Up Case Count on the Vineyard; Governor Outlines Reopening
Noah Asimow

Martha’s Vineyard boards of health reported their third positive antibody test on Monday, bringing the positive Covid-19 case total on Island to 26. Meanwhile, Gov. Charlie Baker presented the bare bones of a reopening plan as cases continued to trend downward statewide.

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One New Coronavirus Case Reported on the Vineyard Sunday, Bringing Total to 25
Julia Wells

The Island boards of health reported one new confirmed coronavirus case Sunday, bringing the Vineyard total to 25. As with the last confirmed case, the new case, a female in her 40s, had an antibody test that came back positive.

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Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Stay at 24 on the Vineyard
Noah Asimow

No new coronavirus cases were reported on the Vineyard Friday, leaving the number of positive test results at 24 on the Island. Statewide, there were 1,612 new cases.

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One New Coronavirus Case Reported Thursday
Noah Asimow
The Martha’s Vineyard boards of health reported one new coronavirus case in their daily demographic update Thursday, bringing the Islandwide total to 24 positive cases since the outbreak began.
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Confirmed Cases at 19 on Island; SSA Begins Requiring Face Coverings
Noah Asimow
The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital marked its third day in a row reporting a new case of Covid-19, bringing the Islandwide total to 19 positives.
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Coronavirus Cases Stay at 12 for Sixth Day; Hospital Warns Islanders to Stay Home
Noah Asimow

Confirmed cases of Covid-19 on Martha’s Vineyard held steady at 12 for a sixth straight day Monday, but hospital leaders warned Islanders to not become complacent.

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Easter Brings No New Cases of Covid-19, As Total Holds at 12 for the Fifth Day
Noah Asimow

Easter Sunday marked the fifth day of no new confirmed cases of Covid-19 on Martha's Vineyard. The Island hospital reported only three tests were still outstanding, and no one is hospitalized with the coronavirus.

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Island Coronavirus Cases Stay Steady; New Field Hospital Planned on Cape Cod
Julia Wells

No new coronavirus cases were reported on Martha’s Vineyard Sunday, while statewide cases continued to rise and a new field hospital on Cape Cod was announced by Gov. Charlie Baker.

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Hospital Reports Two More Cases of Covid-19, Bringing Island Total to Twelve
Noah Asimow
Two more cases of Covid-19 were confirmed Saturday, bringing the total of confirmed cases on the Island to 12. No one with the virus is hospitalized at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
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