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UPDATE (No more slots available) Lincolnville, North East Mobile Health to hold COVID-19 vaccination clinic April 1

Lincolnville reported March 31 that all the 140 available slots are filled.


In partnership with the Northeast Mobile Health Services, the town’s ambulance service provider, Lincolnville is co-sponsoring a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for those 50 years of age or older on Thursday, April 1, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Lincolnville Community Building at 18 Searsmont Road (State Route 173). 

As the supply is limited pre-registration is required. Vaccinations will be offered free of charge and have no out-of-pocket expense to any individual. 

Health insurance information will be requested but no copay or deductible will be necessary.

For those without health insurance all expenses are being incurred by others.

To pre-register for your appointment time, visit www.nemhs.com/vaccine. Scroll down the page to the Lincolnville box and then “Click to Register”. 

From the next page click on the time you wish for your appointment.  

Make sure to click on the “MORE” button if the earlier times are full.  If you need assistance in registering please call Maria Russell at (207) 730-9987.

Make certain that you are on time for your appointment, wear a face covering, and practice social distancing.

“A special thank you to Northeast Mobile Health Service for partnering with the town to offer this service at no cost to the Town and to the United Christian Church for making the space available to the community for the clinic,” said Town Administrator David Kinney, in a news release.

This is the second time Lincolnville has held a vaccination clinic. The first was held March 10 with more than 100 doses of vaccine administered.