Vaccination registration starts today for those over 18 years of age; Here’s how to register

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Registration for the third phase of the vaccination drive, which is set to begin on May 1, will begin today. People over the age of 18 can register for vaccination through the CoWIN platform and the Health Setu app. Name information can be registered on the CoWIN app from 4 p.m.

Currently, two COVID vaccines are being distributed in the country. Kovacs of Bharat Biotech and Kovishield manufactured by Serum Institute of India.

How to register on the CoWIN Portal:

1 First go to the CoWIN website. Click on Register or Sign In.

2 Enter your mobile number and then get skipping, ( Get Home The OTP is on) by clicking onto. When an OTP arrives on your phone, enter the site and click again.

3 On the vaccine registration page, enter all the details including photo ID, name, gender and year of birth. Then click on Register.

4 Once registered, you will have the option to schedule an appointment by clicking on the schedule next to the registered person’s name.

5 Enter your zip code and click search. You will see the centres in the zip code. Select the date and time and click again to confirm.

6 You can add up to four members by logging in at once.

Here’s how to register on the Health Setu app:

1 Go to the Health Setu app. Click on the CoWIN tab on the home screen.

2 Click on Vaccination Registration. Please enter a phone number. Enter the OTP

3 Click on Verify. This will lead you to the vaccination registration page. Then follow the same procedure for registration through CoWIN Portal.

Preparations for the third phase of the vaccination drive are set to begin with the alarming rise in daily covid cases in the country. All citizens over the age of 18 are eligible for the vaccination from May 1. Currently, only citizens over the age of 45 are allowed to be vaccinated. Users need to register online for the vaccine before going to hospitals and getting their first shot.

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