Breaking: Registration begins today to get the Corona vaccine starting from May 1, know-how and where it is done

Breaking: Registration begins today to get the Corona vaccine starting from May 1, know-how and where it is done

The third phase of vaccination starts from May 1, increasing the scope of the war against Corona in India. Starting May 1, people between the ages of 18 and 45 will be vaccinated. In the country, people over the age of 18 will be able to get vaccinated today, that is, from April 28 on the Covid portal ( or the Arogya Setu app. Let’s know that nowadays, the vaccine is given to more than 45 years of people in the country. Starting May 1, the vaccine will also be available in private hospitals in the country.

Vaccinations that start on May 1 include government health centers as well as private hospitals. People aged 45 or over are currently vaccinated. Registration for vaccination for all people between the ages of 18 and 44 will start today, that is, April 28 on the Kovin portal and the Arogya Setu app. The documented procedure for vaccination will remain the same as before. Upon registration, a confirmation will come on the registered mobile phone number, which must be verified. After getting the appointment, you should take the purchase voucher and your ID card with you while getting the vaccine.

How and where to register:

To get the Coronavirus vaccine, young people will have to visit the Kovin app, the Arogya Setu app, or the Kovin website. There they will have to enter their mobile phone number. After that, your account should be created through OTP. At the same time, the Aadhar card must be uploaded with the name, age and gender in the form provided in it, after which the vaccination center can be selected and vaccinated by setting an appointment. Not only that but seniors can also be registered by calling 1507.

There is no shortage of vaccines in the states

The The Trade Union Ministry of Health said that more than crore doses of the vaccine were still available in states and federal territories. They will receive another 80 lakh doses in the next three days. To date, the government has provided 15,65,26,140 doses of the vaccine to union states and territories.

Total consumption including wastage: 14,64,78,983 doses. More than Rs.1 crores for a single dose (1,00,47,157) are still available for delivery to states and federal territories. More than 80 lakh (8,640,000) doses will reach the states and UTs within the next three days.

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