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Vaccination Access for Monhegan June, 2021
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Vaccination eligibility is now

opened to age 12+.

How can I get vaccinated if I’m a

 Maine resident living on Monhegan in 2021?

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 St. George in June.

You can contact Douglas Cornman at dcornmand@seacoastmission.org, 207-479-0707 or private message using Facebook to pre-register for possible on-island opportunities available through Maine Seacoast Mission.

You may be able to pre-register with your healthcare provider and then make an appointment once age eligible. Your provider may contact you.

Or you can go to https://www.maine.gov/covid19/vaccines to find contact info for specific vaccination sites. You can also confidentially pre-register, be notified of availability at many sites and then schedule an appointment.

If you don’t use a computer, you can get an appointment and get info about resources in the mid-coast area by calling the:

Community Vaccination Line at 1-888-445-4111.

Will I have to pay for a vaccine?

No, vaccine doses purchased with U.S. taxpayer dollars are provided at no cost to you.

Is there assistance with transportation to vaccination appointments?

Yes. You can call 855-608-5172 for a safe ride. Call at least 48 hours in advance of your appointment once you have the date and time of the appointment and the address of the facility where you will be vaccinated.

Can I get written information about the vaccines and vaccination without a computer, smart phone and/or printer?

Yes, Monhegan Plantation can assist you with access to information. This is handled confidentially. For assistance in person or by phone/text or email:

Local Health Officer Jim Buccheri, 207-350-7512, firstassessor@monheganplantation.com 

EMA Director Jes Stevens, 207-691-7390,

 monheganema112@gmail.com

You can also contact Monhegan Library at 207-596-0549 directly for access to a computer and printer at. You may need to leave a message.

Vaccination Clinics in St. George in June:

St. George Ambulance may be running COVID vaccine clinics offering Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine.  Here is the link to find any open appointments: https://app.blockitnow.com/consumer/maine-ems/provider/49f92924-8141-4e97-b7e5-34c99c497319

If the site is full, keep looking for cancellations and updated dates.

Dates and times will be added as soon as there is confirmation of more vaccines available to the vaccination site. If you would like to be on a cancellation list for the day of a clinics or have any questions please call 207-975-6053 or email cp@sgvffaa.org.

Sources: https://www.maine.gov/covid19/vaccines and https://www.maine.gov/covid19/vaccines/public-faq and Monhegan Plantation; Created: 04/21/21, Updated: 05/21/21