Coronavirus Resources

Resources and information for individuals, businesses and healthcare on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Resources and information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) from Maine CDC.

The Maine State Emergency Operations Center is currently activated in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Updated information and resources on the current status of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

A virtual dashboard with current information on the status of Coronavirus infections, locations, etc.

An alternative virtual dashboard with current information on the status of Coronavirus infections, locations, etc.

Current travel advisories from the US State Department on travel to countries with an outbreak of Coronavirus.

Chapter 617 Public Law

A list of county towns and their adjusted office hours and staffing in response to COVID-19. We will continue to update this as things change.

Resources For Individuals & Families:

Tips and Information on how to prepare your household and family for COVID-19.

A free resource to get information about coronavirus/COVID-19 in Maine. Dial 2-1-1.

Food Map and list of food pantries.

Interactive Map

If your regular income recently changed, you and your family may now be income eligible for WIC benefits.

Find resources about applying for Unemployment Compensation due to Coronavirus.

With BMV offices closed and many town offices closed to the public, find out how you can renew your driver's license, register your car and more online.

Coping with sheltering at home during COVID-19

If you, or someone you know, is dealing with feelings so big that you’re unsure about how to handle it, the Maine Crisis Hotline is here to listen.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Info on Social Isolation and Stress Management

Social Isolation during an Infectious Disease Outbreak

Stress Management during an Infectious Disease Outbreak


Resources For Businesses:

Small Business Guidance and Loan Resources.

Interim guidance for business and employers as well as cleaning and disinfection recommendations.

The Maine Department of Economic and Community Development works with statewide and local partners, private industry and small businesses to enhance and sustain economic prosperity in Maine.

Municipal, Workplace & Home Checklists and Guides:

Non-pharmaceutical Interventions (NPIs) are actions, apart from getting vaccinated and taking medicine, that people and communities can take to help slow the spread of illnesses like pandemic influenza (flu).

This is to assist agencies, businesses, communities, and organizations in creating a Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) that addresses the specific needs of a pandemic-type event, who either; do not have a current Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP), or whose COOP does not adequately address pandemic-type events.

Resources on Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions (NPIs) from USCDC:

Get Ready for Pandemic Flu: Individuals and Households

Get Ready for Pandemic Flu: Educational Settings

Get Ready for Pandemic Flu: Workplace Settings

Get Ready for Pandemic Flu: Event Planners

Get Ready for Pandemic Flu: Community & Faith Based Organizations

Get Ready for Pandemic Flu: Health Communicators

Pan Flu Checklist: Workplace Administrators

Pan Flu Checklist: K-12 School Administrators

Pan Flu Checklist: Childcare Program Administrators

Pan Flu Checklist: Event Planners

Resources for First Responders & Public Safety:

Please use this form for departmental and organizational requests for PPEPLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST DOWNLOAD THIS FORM TO FILL IT IN, THEN PLEASE SAVE IT AND EMAIL IT TO OUR OFFICE AS AN ATTACHMENTema@oxfordcounty.org

Please use this form for departmental and organizational requests, save for PPE

Information and resources for Emergency Medical Services.

University of Washington, School of Public Health, Northwest Center for Public Health Practice This 45-minute course examines the effects that disasters, other emergencies, and stress in general can have on workers. It covers the stressors workers are likely to face, the various effects of these stressors, and individual and team resilience in disasters. Part of a three-course series on workforce resiliency, this course is appropriate for first responders, rescue workers, nurses, and public health professionals.

Local Public Health Institute of Massachusetts This 2-hour training describes the stressors that response work may involve and possible consequences of stress. It equips responders with an arsenal of techniques for addressing and managing stress and heightening resilience. The training provides an in-depth look at the stress response within an individual, defines and describes compassion fatigue, explores individual and group resilience, and introduces Psychological First Aid and other methods and approaches to coping with stress and fostering resilience.