Six additional MaineHealth COVID-19 vaccination clinics have announced the availability of a walk-in option for Mainers over the age of 18.

Vaccination sites in BelfastBoothbay HarborNorwayRocklandSanford and Scarborough have added a walk-in option. They join the clinic in Farmington, which piloted walk-in vaccinations last week and added a schedule for them starting this week.

In addition to a walk-in option at seven vaccination sites, all MaineHealth clinics in Maine are now offering “on-demand” scheduling online, meaning once someone registers online they can proceed directly to a scheduling option and choose a convenient time to get vaccinated. Appointments can be made at Mainers can also call 1-877-780-7545 to register and will subsequently be notified when an appointment is available. Appointments at the vaccine clinic at Memorial Hospital in North Conway, N.H., can be made through the State of New Hampshire’s central registration site,

At this time, all adults over the age of 18 are eligible for any version of the COVID-19 vaccine and can use any of MaineHealth’s clinics. Minors, ages 16-17, are able to get only the vaccine manufactured by Pfizer-BioNTech and require permission from a parent or guardian. Because of these restrictions, MaineHealth is not offering vaccinations to children under 18 at all locations. Three locations, Scarborough, Westbrook and Brunswick, have current appointments for 16-17 year olds, and other locations may offer specific times for 16-17 year olds when Pfizer vaccine is available in coming days.

To date, MaineHealth has administered nearly 300,000 doses of vaccine against COVID-19 at 10 clinics, including locations in Belfast, Boothbay Harbor, Brunswick, Farmington, Norway, Rockland, Sanford, Scarborough, Westbrook, and North Conway, N.HMaineHealth Care at Home is also administering vaccinations to its home health care patients across its service area.

Those arriving at walk-in locations should be at least 18 years of age and must provide proof of Maine residency. Those seeking a vaccination should bring a photo ID and, though there are no out-of-pocket costs for getting the vaccine, people should bring their insurance information. Health insurance is not required, however, to receive a free vaccination. Across MaineHealth, walk-in options for vaccinations will be, or are, available at the following locations and times: