Vaccination

 If you are able to get vaccinated, including booster shots if eligible, getting vaccinated is a safe an effective way of preventing severe illness and death as a result of contracting COVID19.  The following link through Maine CDC can help you locate vaccination sites in the state.  https://www.maine.gov/covid19/vaccines/vaccination-sites

Enhancing Service Coordination in HUD Assisted Senior Housing (2022) - Report from The Leading Age LTSS Center, UMass Boston

https://ltsscenter.org/reports/Enhancing_Service_Coordination_in_HUD-Assisted_Senior_Housing.pdf 

US CDC health information on COVID-19

This is the official US Centers for Disease Control website, and has the most accurate information on COVID-19 also known as Coronavirus. Information you might hear or read that is different from this may be false, and potentially dangerous.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

Communication Services for Deaf official CDC information on COVID-19

This is the official US CDC information about COVID-19 presented in American Sign Language.

https://www.csd.org/coronavirus/

Maine CDC information related to COVID-19 in Maine

This is the official Maine Center for Disease Control website, and has the most accurate information on COVID-19 also known as Coronavirus impacting the state of maine. Information you might hear or read that is different from this may be false, and potentially dangerous.

https://www.maine.gov/dhhs/mecdc/infectious-disease/epi/airborne/coronavirus.shtml

 

Safe deliveries for seniors, people with disabilities or compromised immune systems

This is a printable list of best practices if you are helping a fellow resident, family member or other person who may be in a high risk category if they contract COVID-19.  This is for delivery of food, supplies and medications.

https://files.constantcontact.com/674996b4701/cdbe6d62-5019-48e2-a5b0-2cb39e9c08a1.pdf