Public COVID vaccination scheduling

Appointments released on Wednesdays at noon

Vaccination is by appointment only. Booking is not complete until a confirmation message appears on screen.
The booking system does not hold appointments.

To be eligible for a vaccine, you must be a resident of Maine and meet one of the following criteria:

  • 70 years or older (60 years or older, effective March 3, 2021)
  • A patient-facing healthcare worker
  • Public Safety personnel
  • Critical COVID-19 response personnel
  • Resident or staff of a long-term care facility.

If you do not meet the criteria, you are not yet eligible to receive the vaccine at this time.

For more information about the Maine CDC’s vaccination plan, including detailed descriptions of each phase, visit

Important information about scheduling

  • You must book an appointment to receive the vaccine. Vaccinations must be scheduled due the logistics of vaccine administration. Second dose appointments are scheduled at the time of receiving your first dose.
  • Do not book if you have received any other immunization within the last 14 days. The CDC recommends waiting until 14 days have elapsed since your last shot to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
  • It is your responsibility to discuss any vaccine concerns with your primary care provider before coming to your appointment. For information about the COIVD-19 vaccines, refer to the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet or the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet. Vaccine preferences cannot be accommodated.
  • If no appointments appear available, please know that appointments are added as InterMed receives confirmation of vaccine shipments. The Maine CDC determines the allocation of vaccine to InterMed on a weekly basis.
  • Booking is complete when you see the message “your booking has been confirmed.” If your selected appointment date/time does not successfully book, it is likely that appointment was taken by another user who was booking simultaneously as you; please try to select another time/date.
  • Your appointment will require 30 minutes, including a mandatory 15-minute observation period.
  • Second dose appointments will be scheduled in-person during your first dose appointment. The Pfizer vaccine requires a second dose, given 21 days apart. The Moderna vaccine requires a second dose, given 28 days apart. First and second doses are both administered at the InterMed Vaccine Clinic.

Bring to your appointment

  • Signed Consent & Administration Form. Download, print, and sign prior to arrival.
  • Driver’s License or other form of government issued photo identification.
  • Insurance Card or red, white, and blue Traditional Medicare ID. The vaccine is available at no cost to you but InterMed will bill the administration fee to your insurance provider.
  • Your EpiPen, if you typically carry one.

Our Vaccine clinic is by appointment only

COVID-19 Vaccine Consent & Administration Form

Book Vaccine Appointment Here

Vaccination Eligibility Requirements

I attest that I am a Maine resident and meet one of the following criteria established by the Maine CDC, and I am therefore eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine:

  • 70 years or older (age 60 years or older, effective March 3, 2021)
  • Patient-facing healthcare worker
  • Public Safety personnel
  • Critical COVID-19 response personnel
  • Resident or staff of a long-term care facility.


For step-by-step instructions, refer to Self-Scheduling Instructions for COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at InterMed