COVID-19 Vaccine Information Page

Disability Rights Maine is working to ensure that all Mainers, including people with disabilities, are able to receive COVID-19 vaccines.  This page contains information about the vaccines (Johnson & Johnson, Moderna & Pfizer), the latest news from the Governor and Maine CDC, and a listing of vaccine clinics across the state.  The list of vaccine clinics grows daily, so be sure to check back often as this page will be update to reflect the latest announcements.

COVID-19 Informational Videos


People with disabilities can access the COVID-19 vaccine

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DRM, along with our partner developmental disabilities network organizations - University of Maine Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies, Maine Developmental Disabilities Council and Speaking Up For Us - are collaborating on a series of COVID-19 vaccination public service announcements to help increase the vaccination rate among individuals with disabilities and the people who support them. To view these videos, visit our DD Advocacy page.

Jessica Gammon, DRM's Health Communicator, created a series of informational videos for people who still have questions or concerns about about getting a COVID-19 vaccine.

Benefits of Getting Vaccinated
Types of COVID Vaccines
Vaccines & Children

Vaccine Clinics & Testing

  • Find a Vaccination Site in Your Area
    • "Appointment availability is dependent on vaccine supply. Many locations are also offering walk-in vaccinations, with no appointment necessary. These listings are subject to change and will be updated regularly."

Vaccine-Specific Information