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
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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.
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.
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.
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.