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COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ

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COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ

Pines Health Services and Cary Medical Center are working together to deliver COVID-19 vaccines to our communities in accordance with CDC guidelines. Here are some frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccination.

Do I qualify to get a COVID-19 vaccine?

Here are the current criteria for vaccination as of April 7, 2021. To qualify for a vaccine at Cary Medical Center, you must be a Maine resident 18* years of age or older.

*PLEASE NOTE: We are only able to provide the Moderna (2 dose) or Janssen (1 dose – J & J) vaccines that we currently receive to those Maine residents who are age 18 or older. Although CDC guidelines allow for vaccination of Maine residents age 16 and over beginning on April 7, only the Pfizer vaccine has been approved for those ages 16 or 17.
Where can I get the COVID-19 vaccine?

COVID-19 vaccines are currently being offered at Cary Medical Center’s Chan Center at 163 Van Buren Road, Caribou.

How do I schedule my COVID-19 vaccine?

Click the button below to view appointments available at our upcoming community vaccine clinics and to schedule your vaccine. New appointments will be added as vaccine is made available to Cary and Pines. Please verify that you meet the qualifying criteria before scheduling as appointments made for those who do not qualify will be cancelled without notification. After scheduling your appointment, you should receive a confirmation email from the online scheduling service with your appointment details.