COVID-19 Vaccination in Maine

All people age 12+ are now eligible for vaccination

Find a COVID-19 vaccination site in Maine

Looking to bring a pop-up vaccination clinic to your area? With as few as 10 confirmed recipients, any community partner (school, employer, religious organization, community group, business, etc.) can organize a pop-up clinic and bring vaccinations to your community. Fill out the application to get started.

Booster Doses

The U.S. CDC recommends that some individuals who received the Pfizer vaccine get a booster dose. This includes those who are 65 years and older, residents in long-term care facilities, and people ages 50-64 years with underlying medical conditions. People ages 18-49 with underlying medical conditions and those ages 18-64 at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission may also receive a booster. For more information, see this FAQ. To find a booster dose of the Pfizer vaccine, find a vaccination site offering the Pfizer shot.

How to make a vaccine appointment in Maine

Community Vaccination Line

1-888-445-4111

Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The Community Vaccination Line helps Maine people quickly find a COVID-19 vaccine near you.

For translation services, call the number and state your desired language (for example: “Spanish”). Deaf and hard of hearing individuals may dial 711 and asked to be connected to the number above.

Need a Ride To Your Vaccine Appointment?

1-855-608-5172

The Department of Health and Human Services is offering a free option for Maine people who need a ride to and from a COVID-19 vaccination appointment. Call 1-855-608-5172 to reserve a ride at least 48 hours in advance of your appointment. 

COVID-19 Prevention

Although the vaccine is here, COVID-19 remains a serious public health crisis. While vaccination is underway, Maine people should continue to wear masks if they're unvaccinated.

Vaccinator Information

These resources are available to assist and inform you about Maine’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts, and will be updated regularly.