COVID-19 Vaccination in Maine
All people age 5+ are now eligible for vaccination
Looking to bring a vaccination clinic to your community? To make vaccines more accessible, any community partner (school, employer, religious organization, community group, business, etc.) can organize and host a clinic. Fill out the application to get started.
Everyone 12 and older is now eligible to receive a COVID-19 booster shot, regardless of underlying medical conditions, given the following criteria:
- You completed the two-dose Pfizer or Moderna vaccine series at least five months ago, OR
- You have received the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine at least two months ago.
A second booster of an mRNA vaccine is available to those 50 and older, and those 12 and older with certain immunocompromising conditions, if it has been at least four months since your first booster dose. Individuals 12 and older who are moderately to severely immunocompromised should receive additional vaccine doses as part of the primary series and boosters, and should consult their physician about their eligibility for pre-exposure treatment to prevent COVID-19 infection, hospitalization, and death.
Pfizer is the only FDA-authorized vaccine for people younger than 18, so it is the vaccine used as a booster for those age 12 through 17.
How to make a vaccine appointment in Maine
Community Vaccination Line
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.
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.
These resources are available to assist and inform you about Maine’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts, and will be updated regularly.