Maine Vaccine Data
Current data for Maine's vaccine progress
Daily Coronavirus Updates
Daily Maine coronavirus updates on case data, deaths, outbreaks, and more
COVID-19 Transmission in Maine Counties
Masking indoors is recommended in areas of 'substantial' or 'high' community transmission
How to Get Vaccinated
To get the COVID-19 vaccine, you must make an appointment
Maine Vaccine Data: Current data for Maine's vaccine progress
MAINE DAILY UPDATE COVID-19 VACCINATION DATA
All people age 5 and older are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Maine. The Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are available for people 18 and older.
Kids ages 5 to 11 became eligible to get Pfizer's vaccine Nov. 2.
The U.S. is urging everyone 12 and older get a COVID-19 booster dose as soon as they're eligible to help fight back the omicron variant. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention endorsed an extra Pfizer shot for younger teens — those 12 to 15 — and strengthened its recommendation that 16- and 17-year-olds get it, too.
Non-Maine residents also can get vaccinated in Maine.
The state's appointment system is live here.
Find a list of state vaccine locations here.
Data as of Sunday, May 15, 2022
- Total Maine vaccine doses: 2,694,322
- First Dose: 970,060
- Final Dose: 995,291
- Booster: 728,971
Note: Johnson & Johnson vaccination data is included in the "Final dose" data because it's considered the only dose needed.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention vaccine dashboard is generally updated each day at 10 a.m. to include data from the previous day. NEWS CENTER Maine will update as soon as the data becomes available.
Find vaccination locations in your area below in the How to Get Vaccinated section of this article.
Daily Coronavirus Updates: Daily Maine coronavirus updates on case data, deaths, outbreaks, and more
MONDAY, MAY 16
The Maine CDC reported one additional death of a person with COVID-19, bringing the state death toll to 2,336.
The Maine CDC reported 1,104 additional COVID-19 cases in the state.
Of the 255,531 COVID-19 cases that have been reported throughout the pandemic, 184,572 have been confirmed and 70,959 have been probable.
As of Monday, 219 people are hospitalized with COVID-19 in Maine. Of those, 38 are in critical care and four are on ventilators. There are 73 available critical care beds in Maine, according to the Maine CDC.
The Maine CDC conducts case investigations and contact tracing Monday through Friday and updates COVID-19 case data on the website by 9:30 a.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
Maine CDC spokesman Robert Long said outbreak investigations will continue as they have throughout the pandemic, and the Maine CDC will continue to issue notifications of elevated public risk whenever the elevated public risk is identified.
COVID-19 Transmission in Maine Counties: Masking indoors is recommended in areas of 'substantial' or 'high' community transmission
The U.S. CDC recommends that fully vaccinated people wear a mask in public indoor settings in areas of "high" community transmission.
How to Get Vaccinated: To get the COVID-19 vaccine, you must make an appointment
Appointments are required at most locations, but some clinics offer walk-in appointments. Availability is dependent on vaccine supply. These listings are subject to change and will be updated regularly.
- Major hospital systems and their sponsored vaccine sites, like MaineHealth and Northern Light Health
- School-based vaccine clinics: districts will notify parents
- Retail pharmacies: Walgreens, Walmart, Hannaford, Sam’s Club, Shaw’s
- Federally Qualified Healthcare Centers
- Maine EMS drive-thru sites
- You can sign up for an appointment at www.vaccinateME.maine.gov or call 1-888-445-4111