Vaccination Information

Updated April 1, 2021

UPDATE: Due to overwhelming demand and limited supply, appointments are tentatively full for this clinic and we are reviewing the list of registrants. We encourage you to pre-register for a COVID-19 vaccine on the State of Maine website at to be contacted with appointment options when you are eligible.

Biddeford COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Tuesday, April 27

3:00 PM - 8:00 pm

Biddeford High School (20 Maplewood Avenue) Tiger Gym

The City of Biddeford, in partnership with York County Emergency Management Agency and Sanford Fire, is hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Tuesday, April 27. You must book an appointment in advance in order to be vaccinated. Please use the link below to schedule your appointment. A limited number of appointments (500) will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • To complete the registration an insurance card is necessary if you are insured.
  • At the time of your appointment, arrive a few minutes early (no more than 5 minutes), bring your insurance card and your driver’s license; these are to validate your identity and ensure you have a reservation.
  • Masks are mandatory!
  • After the vaccination you are required to wait a minimum of 15 minutes; some with compounding medical conditions may have to wait 30 minutes.


Which vaccine will I receive at my appointment?

You will receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine (one dose). Jansen/Johnson&Johnson COVID Vaccine FAQ:

At this time, we do not anticipate that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine shipment delays will affect this clinic.

I am set to be eligible for a vaccine on April 7. Can I sign up for an appointment before that date?

Yes. You may be asked about being age eligible during the scheduling process. If you are over 18 years old, you can select "yes".

Does it matter which "lane" I select for my appointment?

No, the "lane" system is a way for organizers to keep track of the number of vaccines that are available. You can select any available appointment time in any lane.

I scheduled appointments for myself and another member of my household, but they are at different times. Do we need to come to the clinic separately?

No, you may both come to the clinic at the same time, even if your appointments are at different times. However, for scheduling purposes, we ask that you try to sign up for appointments at the same time if availability allows.

I scheduled a vaccine appointment with a different provider and would like to cancel my appointment. What should I do?

You can call us at 207-284-9020 to cancel your appointment. Unfortunately, there is no online option for cancelling appointments at this time.

I have another question that isn't answered here. Who can I reach out to for more information?

Please call 207-284-9020 with any questions about the clinic. A member of our staff will return your call as soon as possible. NOTE: Appointments cannot be scheduled via phone.

Find Information About Vaccines in Maine

Visit for information about COVID-19 vaccines in Maine, including vaccination sites.


Everyone in Maine will have the opportunity to get vaccinated against COVID-19 at no cost. To save lives and ensure that health care providers can vaccinate as many people as possible quickly, Maine has adopted an age-based approach to expanding vaccine eligibility (see below). However, all Maine residents can Pre-Register now, so that when it is your turn, we can contact you to provide options.

Visit to pre-register.

When will it be my turn?

Governor Janet Mills is accelerating the schedule of Maine’s vaccination plan to make all Mainers 16+ eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine by April 7, 2021. The schedule is as follows:

  • March 23: Age 50 and older
  • April 7: All Mainers 16+

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to frequently-asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine here.

Community Vaccination Line


Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., or Saturday-Sunday: 8 a.m.- 2 p.m.

The Maine COVID-19 Community Vaccination Line helps Maine people get information about vaccine clinics. For translation services, call the number listed above and state your desired language (for example: “Spanish”). Deaf and hard of hearing individuals may dial 711 and asked to be connected to the number above. The vaccination line does not provide faster access to appointments.