Does anyone need a free, good quality fabric face mask? If so, the good news is that Mid Coast Hospital is giving away free fabric masks. The masks can be picked up (and mask donations also dropped off) just inside the main entrance of Mid Coast Hospital’s Parkview building, located at 329 Maine Street in Brunswick, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday - Friday. For more information please call (207) 373-6064. If you need help picking one up please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brunswick People's Plus is offering daily activities to engage community members with postings on goings-on, and online events, Yoga, and more.
While their supply lasts, they are also able to give out free fabric face coverings.. Call (207)-729-0757 for more information.
As we continue to face COVID-19 together it is very important that all of us have access to needed information and support.
Stay up to date on what is happening in our town through the Town of Brunswick's official COVID-19 Information page. You can find the latest announcements here.
As a healthcare for all, public payer, quality coverage advocate, I know that private insurance companies are not accountable to their members pocketbooks. Rather put their financial interest, not their patient members, first. These skewed priorities have led to a lot (up to half) of all people w/ private insurance skipping needed healthcare sevices due to their ever-increasing co-pays, deductibles and co-insurance costs.
The good news is that, per the Governors order, all insurance companies must cover COVID testing in Maine.
Having served for twelve years as a patient advocate, I offer my support to anyone concerned about healthcare costs, insurance coverage, or access to quality care during this challenging time of job loss and uncertainty. Please call me at 207-725-8486 or email email@example.com
Look up your insurance company to find out what COVID related care they will cover.
See the latest news releases, radio addresses, executive orders from Governor Janet Mills, as well as a timeline of the administration's response to COVID-19.
See Maine’s CDC updates COVID-19 cases on its website every day. Dr. Nirav Shah, Maine CDC director, holds a live public briefing each weekday. Watch here or visit Maiine Public on YouTube to view past briefings.