Vaccine registration –  How can You register for COVID Vaccination?

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It’s crucial to have equitable access to safe and effective vaccines if the COVID-19 epidemic is to be ended, so seeing so many vaccinations being tested and developed is quite encouraging. All people are working nonstop to discover, manufacture, and distribute safe and effective vaccinations. Today, we’ll show you how to register for vaccination on the Cowin portal if you’re 18 or older.

The registration process is available on cowin.gov.in, Aarogya Setu App, and UMANG App. As we know, India is starting its third phase of the COVID-19 vaccination push on May 1 for all you who is over the age of 18.

You’ll find everything you need to know about the registration procedure right here.

Where can you register?

Through the Cowin site, all eligible citizens can register and schedule their appointment for vaccination.

You can go to this site https://www.CoWin.gov.in/home for further information.

 How can You register?

  • You’ll need to provide a photo to register online.
  • Use your phone number to register.
  • One mobile phone number can register up to four persons, but each individual will need their photo ID.
  • Consent will obtain and recorded if the Aadhar card use as an identification document.
  • Schedule your vaccination appointment for May 1 or later at a nearby vaccination centre
  • To register for the vaccine, download Aarogya Setu. You need to open the app and then click on the Cowin tab is available on the home screen on the phone.
  • Select ‘vaccination registration’ and then enter your current phone number, followed by OTP.
  • Click on verify, and you will be directed to the registration page.

To register, follow the procedures described above.

 On the day of the vaccination, bring the appointment slip and photo ID you used to arrange the appointment to the centre.

What documents will you require?

Any of the below-mentioned ID with photo may be produced at the time of registration:

  • Aadhaar Card
  • Driving License
  • Post Office
  • Passport
  • Pension Document
  • Service Identity Card which is issued to employees by Central/State Govt./ Public Limited Companies
  • PAN Card
  • papers of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA)
  • Official identity cards which is issued to MPs/MLAs/MLCS
  • Your Job Card
  • Voter ID
  • Bring your Health Insurance Smart Card issued under the scheme of the Ministry of Labour
  • Passbooks issued by Bank/Post Office

Safe and effective vaccines are a game-changing weapon, but we must continue to wear masks, wash our hands, maintain sufficient indoor ventilation, and physically distance ourselves from crowds.

Being vaccinated does not allow us from taking precautions and putting ourselves and others at risk, especially because research into the extent to which vaccines protect not only against disease but also against infection is ongoing.

We must ensure that all countries obtain vaccines and use them to safeguard their citizens, beginning with the most vulnerable.

STAY HEALTHY, STAY SAFE.

EAT ONLY FRESH AND WASHED FOOD.

GET VACCINATED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

THROW YOUR MASK ONLY INTO THE DUST BIN.

FOLLOW ALL THE GUIDELINES OF THE GOVERNMENT.

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