CVS To Begin Covid-19 Vaccines At Several Maine Locations
If you are planning on being vaccinated for the Covid-19 virus, CVS Pharmacy has announced that ten pharmacies in the State of Maine will begin administering vaccines as soon as this week for persons 16 years old and older according to a report by WGME-TV.
The ten CVS pharmacies that will be participating in the Covid-19 vaccinations are Augusta, Lewiston, Brunswick, Freeport, Cape Elizabeth, Portland, Westbrook, Kennebunk, Biddeford and Sanford.
These will not be walk-in clinics and those wishing to be vaccinated will need to register for the vaccine beginning Tuesday (4/12/21). You can register online at CVS.com, you can also register via telephone by calling 800-746-7287, or via the CVS App.
Keep in mind, there is no cost associated with getting vaccinated. It is covid through insurance for patients that do have insurance coverage, and for those without insurance coverage, a program through the Federal Health Resources and Service Administration will cover costs.
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