Sgt. Richard Grant of the Air National Guard helps point a patient in the right direction at a COVID-19 vaccination site at the Augusta Civic Center, Friday, Feb. 26, 2021, in Augusta. Credit: Robert F. Bukaty / AP

Maine has dramatically expanded coronavirus vaccine eligibility in the last week, allowing shots for people 60 and older and teachers, school staff and childcare workers regardless of age.

The updates to the state’s vaccination plan from Gov. Janet Mills are leading to somewhat of a bifurcation in a distribution system that now boasts more than 150 locations. The state has asked health providers to largely handle older Mainers and retail pharmacies to prioritize the newly eligible school and childcare workers.

The Bangor Daily News wants to hear from readers on their experiences in trying to get vaccine appointments over the past week. Join the conversation by answering the questions below. We will not name you without your permission and a follow-up call.

Michael Shepherd joined the Bangor Daily News in 2015 after time at the Kennebec Journal. He lives in Augusta, graduated from the University of Maine in 2012 and has a master's degree from the University...