As India prepares to vaccinate people over 60 years of age and those over 45 years old against COVID-19 on March 45, the Union Health Ministry on Friday said the facility of on-site registration Will be available so that eligible beneficiaries can run. In identified vaccination centers, get yourself registered and get vaccinated.
People can self-register in advance by downloading the Co-Win 2.0 portal or other IT application such as Arogya Setu, serving as COVID-19 Immunization Center (CVC) with the available schedule date and time. And will list private hospitals. .
The ministry said that the beneficiary can choose the CVC of his choice and appoint for vaccination.
Vaccination will be free from government facilities and paid at private facilities.
The vaccination will be available from March 1 at 10,000 government health centers and around 12,000 private centers.
The process of registration will be through three routes – advance self-registration, on-site registration and facility integrated registration.
Under the first route, beneficiaries will be able to self-register in advance by downloading the Co-Winner 2.0 portal and through other IT applications such as Arogya Setu etc.
The ministry said in a statement, “The facility of on-site registration allows those who cannot register and register themselves to walk in a previously identified CVC and then get vaccinated. . “
Co-WIN is a digital platform formed for real-time monitoring of COVID-19 vaccine delivery. Only those over 60 years of age have to validate their identity and for those between 45-60 years old, a co-morbid certificate will be required, RS Sharma of the National Health Authority and administration of COVID Chairman of Empowered Committee. -19 Vaccine on Friday.
“For people above 60 years of age, no additional documents are required, they have to validate their identity through Aadhaar card, driving license, voter ID card, passport and PAN card when they visit the center Are because they are not accepted online. 45-60 years, a co-morbid certificate is required. For people with no internet, an on-the-spot registration option is provided, “said Sharma.
“For those who do not have mobile phones, 2.5 lakh common service centers have been opened in each panchayat, which have proper internet facilities through which registration can be done. If any facility is not available, people can directly at the vaccination center Can go with necessary documents and get yourself registered.
(With agency inputs)