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UMF walk-in COVID-19 vaccine clinic taking place Saturday, September 18

September 14, 2021

Contact: Jill Gray, Communications & Public Affairs Manager, 207-779-2555

FARMINGTON, Maine — The University of Maine at Farmington is hosting a public walk-in COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Saturday, September 18, from 9 am to 1 pm at 274 Front Street in Farmington for people age 18 or older. Vaccines are provided at no cost and all are welcome.

Those attending will be administered their choice of either the one-dose Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine or the two-dose Moderna vaccine by staff from NorthStar EMS and Healthy Community Coalition of Greater Franklin County.

For those who choose to receive their first dose of the Moderna vaccine, a follow-up clinic at the same location will take place on October 16. Those individuals should bring their COVID-19 vaccination card with them.

Please note:

  • Everyone entering should wear a mask. Once inside, you will be given a hospital mask to wear.
  • Everyone entering will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms.
  • After you get vaccinated, there is a short waiting period for your safety. The entire process should take about 30 minutes.


About Franklin Community Health Network
Franklin Community Health Network is a nonprofit, integrated network of rural health care providers, created by Franklin Memorial Hospital in 1991. Its affiliates include Franklin Memorial Hospital, Franklin Health, Healthy Community Coalition of Greater Franklin County, and NorthStar EMS. It is a part of the MaineHealth family of local health systems.

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