The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has announced the registration for Covid-19 vaccination on Co-Win App must be need before the taking the Vaccination in any Government Hospitals and private hospitals.
The citizen has above than 60 years will be required for vaccination after registration on Co-Win App within the first week of March in India. According to the health ministry statement, the co-vaccination will be available mandatory for 45+ to 60+ age groups in India.
The price of vaccine shorts are free in government hospitals while in private hospitals , patients need to pay Rs. 250 for one vaccine and others two vaccination are required after 14 days of the first vaccine.
How to register yourself on Co-Win App for COVID-19 vaccination?
The beneficiaries will be able to register on the Co-Win app on Monday. The app will be available on Google Play Store and Apple iOS platform. Patients can also walk in provision to register at the sessions sites, according to official sources. They can also fill a form to register with an ID card – Aadhar card must be needful.
Self-registration process can be made in advance even through other IT application such as Arogya Setu etc.
The government will require a photo ID for the above 60 years of age and will required a mediacal certificates for those over 45 with comorbidities. The govt will soon specify the conditions included in the over – 45 age group with comorbidities.
On Monday , 1 March, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the first dose of Covaxin, India’s homegrown coronavirus vaccine developed by biotechnology firm Bharat Biotech and Indian Council research of Medical Research addressing the hesitancy over the Covid-19 vaccine.
PM Modi took the first dose of the vaccine at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Delhi. Bharat Biotech’s coronavirus vaccine “Covaxin” had run into a controversy after it got regulatory approval for emergency use without phase3 trail results.