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What to know about making a COVID-19 vaccine appointment in Maine

As of May 10, people age 12 and over are now eligible for vaccination.
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Published: Jan. 27, 2021 at 3:03 PM EST|Updated: May. 11, 2021 at 6:11 PM EDT
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AUGUSTA, Maine (WABI) - As Maine has rolled out a COVID-19 vaccination plan, hospitals have created their own systems for people to make appointments to get the vaccine.

All people age 12 and over are now eligible for vaccination.

Information on where the major hospital groups in Maine stand in vaccinating Mainers is listed below.

MaineHealth

Call 1-877-780-7545, and provide your date of birth, zip code and phone number. MaineHealth will not ask for your full social security number or credit card information during the vaccine registration process.

MaineHealth is also offering vaccine appointments on a walk-in basis at multiple locations.

Learn more here.

Northern Light Health

You can schedule your vaccine or visit one of their locations with walk-in appointments. Most locations offer walk in availability, but check to be sure.

Learn more here.

Central Maine Healthcare

Central Maine Healthcare is offering both appointments and walk-ins.

Learn more here.

St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center

For vaccine information, visit their website.

InterMed

For vaccine information, visit their website.

MaineGeneral

MaineGeneral is partnering with the Maine CDC to schedule COVID-19 vaccinations at the Augusta Civic Center.

For more information on how to get a vaccine, visit their website.

Much more information on COVID-19 vaccines in Maine can be found on the Maine CDC website.

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