Thursday, August 5, 2021

Vaccination Registration for 18+ to begin on CoWIN, Aarogya Setu & UMANG App Today

The registration for vaccination against COVID-19 for all those aged above 18 will commence today at 4 PM on the government’s CoWIN platform – cowin.gov.in, UMANG and Aarogya Setu app.

India is set to launch the third phase of the vaccination drive for all Indian adults starting from May 1 2021, in which, the inoculation process and documents to be provided to get the vaccine remains the same.

Moreover, the Government has also informed that appointments at State Government centres and Private centres will be done depending on how many vaccination centres are ready by 1 May 2021.

It has been made mandatory for all above the 18 age group to register themselves on the CoWIN portal, Aarogaya Setu and Umang App to get an appointment for vaccination against coronavirus, wherein the authorities have stressed that walk-ins will not be allowed initially to avoid “chaos” at immunisation centres once the vaccination drive opens up substantially.

Here’s how to register on CoWIN platform:

1. Visit the CoWIN website and click on Register/Sign in yourself.
2. Add your mobile number and click on Get OTP. After receiving the OTP, type the digits on the site, and click on ‘Verify’.
3. Enter all your details, including photo ID proof, name, gender, and year of birth on the ‘Register for Vaccination’ page. Once this is done, hit Register.
4. After you register, you will get the option to schedule an appointment. Click on ‘Schedule’ next to the name of the person registered.
5. Add your pin code and click on Search. The centres in the added pin code will appear.
6. Select the date and time and click on ‘Confirm’.
It is important to note that users can add up to four members through one login and can easily reschedule an appointment.

Here’s How to Register through the Aarogya Setu and UMANG app:

1. Open the Aarogya Setu/UMANG app and click on the CoWIN tab present on the home screen.
2. Select ‘Vaccination Registration’ and then enter your phone number. You will receive an OTP and then you can proceed to verify yourself.
3. On the ‘Register for Vaccination’ page, enter all details, including photo ID proof, name, gender, and year of birth. Click on ‘Register’.
4. After you register, you will get the option to schedule an appointment. Click on Schedule next to the name of the person registered.
5. Add your pin code and click on Search. The centres in the added pin code will appear.
6. Select the date and time and click on ‘Confirm’.

On the day of vaccination, the Government has instructed all to carry the Photo ID card mentioned in the appointment details and in case of any comorbidities, to carry a medical certificate for the vaccination appointment.

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