A message from Governor Janet Mills

This pandemic has shown us that we are stronger than we ever imagined. As the storm of the pandemic endures, with peaks and valleys to come, my pledge to the people of Maine is this: that we will work day and night to make vaccines and tests accessible to all; to keep our children safe in their schools; to work in close partnership with our health care systems, ensuring critical care for all those who need it, and not just those with COVID; and to keep our businesses open and thriving and our economy moving forward.

Get Tested

COVID-19 testing is free and widely available in Maine without an appointment.

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Get Vaccinated

Vaccination is the most effective way to protect you and your family from COVID-19. Vaccines are free and available without an appointment.

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Get Treatment

COVID-19 treatment is available for people who are at risk for severe disease.

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U.S. CDC’s COVID-19 Community Levels by County

The U.S. CDC’s COVID-19 Community Levels by County map can be viewed here. The Maine CDC encourages Maine people, municipalities, schools, businesses, and other entities to consider the new guidance as one piece of information in a holistic approach to deciding whether masking is appropriate for them based on their risk factors.

View Maine County Data From U.S. CDC

COVID-19 Vaccination

All people 6+ months are now eligible for vaccination.

Vaccination remains the most effective way to protect you and your family against COVID-19. For more about vaccination in Maine, visit our vaccine website.

Where to get vaccinated

Vaccines are free and many vaccination sites in Maine no longer require an appointment. Find a vaccination site or call the Community Vaccination Line at 1-888-445-4111 for help making an appointment.

Vaccination data

Maine's online vaccine data dashboard updates daily with doses administered statewide, by county, and by age, gender, and race/ethnicity. View the dashboard.

Vaccine FAQ

For more about approved COVID-19 vaccines, Maine's vaccine supply, or about vaccine eligibility or scheduling your appointment, please visit our Vaccine FAQs.

Support for Maine People and Families

Arrange for child care

Licensed child care is available. To find options near you, follow this guidance. If you need help to afford child care, visit the Child Care Subsidy Program. For updates on child care in Maine, visit the visit the DHHS Office of Child and Family Services.

General assistance

The Department of Health and Human Services administers assistance programs for Mainers harmed by COVID-19, which support food security, health care, emergency benefits and more. To learn more and apply, visit MyMaineConnection.

Find Help

If you or your loved ones need assistance, please call 211, search for resources on 211maine.org, email info@211maine.org. All inquiries are free and confidential.

MJRP logo

The Maine Jobs & Recovery Plan is Governor Mills’ plan, approved by the Legislature, to invest nearly $1 billion in federal American Rescue Plan Funds to improve the lives of Maine people and families, help businesses, create good-paying jobs, and build an economy poised for future prosperity amid COVID-19.

Read about the plan on its website, maine.gov/jobsplan.

COVID-19 Prevention and Treatment

Know the Symptoms

Symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, shortness of breath, and lower respiratory distress, and may appear 2-14 days after exposure. For more on keeping yourself and your loved ones healthy, visit the Maine CDC.

COVID-19 Testing

Free testing for COVID-19 is widely available in Maine.

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COVID-19 Vaccination

Vaccines are free and are available without needing an appointment.

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COVID-19 Treatment

COVID-19 treatment is available for people who are at risk for severe disease.

Find a Treatment Site