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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With Third Coronavirus Case Confirmed, Vineyarders Brace for More
Noah Asimow
As coronavirus numbers continue to skyrocket statewide, Vineyarders are bracing for the pandemic spread on Island. The Vineyard confirmed a third positive Covid-19 test in Dukes County Saturday.
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Masks, Gas and Trash: Stay at Home Questions and Answers
Louisa Hufstader
What follows is an updated list of answers to questions that Islanders may have about the stay-at-home order.
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With First Patient Admitted, Hospital Urges Islanders to Stay at Home
Noah Asimow

The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital confirmed Wednesday that it had admitted its first patient for treatment from Covid-19, as cases of the coronavirus statewide rocketed upward.

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Hospital Admits First Patient With Covid-19; Towns Direct Islanders to Stay Home in Sweeping, Restrictive Order
Noah Asimow
The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital confirmed Wednesday that it had admitted its first patient for treatment from Covid-19, one day after Chilmark, Oak Bluffs, Edgartown, Tisbury and West Tisbury adopted a sweeping stay-at-home emergency order.
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Governor Baker Urges Second Home Owners to Stay Away from Islands
Noah Asimow and Jane Seagrave
The Steamship Authority on Sunday released statistics showing a modest increase in out-of-state vehicles coming to the Vineyard in the first half of March, as Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker urged residents with second homes on Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard to stay home.
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What's Open, What's Closed on Martha's Vineyard
Nicole Mercier

Grocery stores remain open. Island restaurants have either switched to takeout or are closed. A list follows that is updated daily.

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