Coronavirus Resources

Maine is committed to a safe and efficient vaccination effort, guided by a plan for accessible, flexible and equitable distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more about the process and when you can expect your vaccination.

The State of Maine has expanded its COVID-19 testing capacity.Through partnerships with the Maine Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), a number of “swab and send” sites provide COVID-19 tests free of charge to people who feel they need one, even without an order from a provider. In addition to these swab and send sites, Maine DHHS also partners with Walgreens to provide drive-through rapid COVID-19 antigen testing at no cost to qualifying individuals who have symptoms of COVID-19.

Current information on Executive Orders, timeline of response activities, traveler and visitor information, meeting basic needs of citizens, support for Maine workers and Maine's economy, support for students and families and ways to lend a hand.

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.

Maine Responds is a partnership that integrates local, regional, and statewide volunteer resources to assist our public health and healthcare systems. It is part of a national initiative to train, coordinate, and mobilize volunteers during an emergency. Maine Responds coordinates verified, pre-credentialed public health, healthcare and emergency response volunteers into a single database that can coordinate the need for volunteers across county, regional, and state lines if needed.

A new resource to help those looking for ways to lend a hand and encourage more Maine people to target and utilize their skills, resources, and time safely and effectively. Here, you can find ways to donate to relief funds or trusted local nonprofits, contribute to the health care response, and safely support your local businesses and community organizations

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.

A virtual dashboard with current information on the status of Coronavirus infections, locations, etc. specific to Maine.This information is derived from the Maine CDC and updated by the City of Bangor.

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.

Resources For Individuals, Families & Students:

COVID-19 has kids at home away from friends, classrooms, and their usual routines. NAMI Maine has put together some resources and activities that we hope will help families and loved ones come together for fun and learning during this time!

The Helpline is a safe and confidential mental health service for peers, law enforcement, professionals, friends and family members.

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

Food Map and list of food pantries.

Many Mainers are losing income or the health coverage they’ve had through a job due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re in that situation, or even if you’ve never had coverage, you’re not alone, and the State of Maine is here to help. Explore your options today to make sure you and your family can see your provider when you need to, afford your medications, and access other needed health care.

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.

Resources For Businesses and Municipalities:

Taking care of business during the COVID-19 crisis in Maine

Small Business Guidance and Loan Resources.

Resources for First Responders & Public Safety:

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

This town hall hosted by Tim Pieh highlights the latest information about the COVID-19 vaccines and how they came to market. Please note that information contained within this training is subject to change pending the new/updated information.

Maine EMS is working on behalf of the EMS providers and the people of Maine by closely monitoring and working with best available information about the dynamic evolution of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). We are working with partners at the Maine CDC, Federal CDC, Governors Office, and a variety of healthcare experts.

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.