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If you have a fever, cough or difficulty breathing,
please contact your healthcare provider.
For more information on Maine’s response to COVID-19,
click here to visit the Maine CDC website.
How to get a COVID-19 vaccination.
Health care, public safety, and critical COVID-19 infrastructure personnel eligible for vaccination in
Phase 1a should contact their employer or their professional associations to learn
how to get a vaccine.
People age 70 and over may begin getting vaccinated now, subject to vaccine availability and health system readiness.
Vaccination information for other Phase 1b groups, including Maine people aged 65-69, will be posted here once available.
Additional sites will be added as vaccinations are scheduled.
Phases 1c and 2
Vaccination information for all other people eligible in future phases will be posted here as soon as it is available.
Are you homebound and need help getting a COVID 19 vaccine?
If you are homebound and need to have a COVID 19 vaccination at your home,
please call Southern Maine Agency on Aging's (SMAA) vaccine line at 207.396.6500.
Press 1 for assistance.
We are also helping to make appointments for people who are having difficulty with accessing them at a few clinics. Northern Light can come to the car to give the vaccine
at these sites if needed.
There are still spots at the Kennebunk clinic on Monday, March 22nd,
call the number above for more information.
Together we can BEAT Coronavirus!
IMPORTANT CONTACT INFO
Janie Sweeney, Family Services and General Assistance Manager
Call 207.363.5504 ext. 2 or email
Maureen Monsen, Food Pantry and Table of Plenty Manager
Call 207.363.5504 ext.3 or email
Donald Martin, Thrift Store Manager, Medical Equipment and
"Shopping to Go Program"
Call 207.363.5504 ext. 4 or email
Michelle Surdoval, Executive Director
For all other questions, ideas on how to help and
any further assistance
Call 207.363.5504 ext. 5 or email