Reaching Out Further on Vaccines……

Dear Commissioner Lambrew and Dr. Landry, On Friday, child care educators in Maine saw their priority in the vaccination distribution process removed. We also witnessed a commitment to streamline the vaccination process for public school employees. Information about the streamlining for public school educators from Commissioner Makin included reference to Maine's database of public school …

Vaccinations Needed! A Joint Letter to Governor Mills

Governor Mills' announcement on Friday, Feb. 26th that beginning March 3rd all Maine residents who are 60 years or older are eligible for a vaccination. This is a change from Maine's original vaccination plan where educators from all settings (which included child care workforce) were in Phase 1b. Following the announcement of this change the Family Child Care Association …

Childhood Vaccine Clinics

COVID-19 has impacted connections with primary health care professionals for many families, especially when it's about wellness visits. This impact on wellness visits is known to be having a negative impact on the timely vaccination of children. It is important for families that want to follow the recommended vaccination schedule to be able to maintain …