India’s biggest vaccination drive for common masses has already started today. Prime Minister NarendraModi took his first dose of vaccine today at AIIMS and had also appealed all to take the doses which is 100% safe and used to fight against the deadly virus. Registration for the vaccination has already started via CoWin 2.0 portal from 9am today. One can also registrar through Aarogya Setu Apps or by walk-in registration at centres. Those who are over 60 years of age and for people aged 45 and above with specified co-morbid conditions are given the first priority. People aged between 45 and 59 with co morbid condition heart failure with hospital admission in the past year, moderate or severe heart disease, coronary artery disease, CT/ MRI-documented stroke, diabetes of over 10 years or with complications, hypertension, end-stage kidney disease on haemodialysis, diagnosis of any solid cancer on or after 2000 or currently on any cancer therapy will get the doses.
How to Register for the Covid vaccine:-
Registration already started in CoWin 2.0 portal from 9am today.
The Co-Win Apps can be downloaded from playstore or can be registered at www.cowin.gov.in, then there need to registered with your 10 digit Indian mobile number, an OTP verification will be done, then you can select the date and time and also the place of vaccination appointments at your convenience. Also the patient aged between 45-59 need to upload their co-morbid certificate in the portal. There also option to choose centre in different state than hometown.
Registration via AarogyaSetu:-
The same procedure can be followed at AarogyaSetu Apps. The walk in registration can also be done at your nearby vaccination hospital, where you need to show your relevant documents like age proof and co morbid certificate from registered practitioners.
Things you need to carry:-
The beneficiaries are required to bring at least one of their photo ID documents ofAadhaar Card or Electoral Photo Identity Card (EPIC) card. People aged between 45-59 should carry a certificate of comorbidity signed by a registered medical practitioner, and an employment certificate for health care and frontline workers, carrying documents is utter necessity for vaccination.