Martha’s Vineyard Hospital announced Saturday morning that a total of eleven positive tests have come back for the Vineyard.
“To date, Martha’s Vineyard Hospital has collected samples for 134 tests for the coronavirus,” a release states, “we have had 11 positive test results, 112 negative test results, and 11 pending test results.”
The hospital claims zero patients who’ve tested positive for COVID-19 are presently admitted.
As The Times previously reported, Tisbury health agent Maura Valley confirmed a case on the Vineyard with a symptomatic diagnosis on Tuesday. That case remains untested and is not included in the 11 cases the hospital reports.
“The hospital reports positive test results so that would not include the symptomatically diagnosed individual,” Tisbury health agent Maura Valley said in an email to The Times.
This would bring the total identified cases to twelve.