- The first COVID-19 vaccine was distributed to healthcare and frontline workers on January 16, 2021. Following the first phase, seniors over the age of 60 and people over the age of 45 with comorbid conditions were the second group to get the COVID-19 vaccination. The third round of the COVID-19 immunisation for people aged 18 to 44 years old began on May 1, 2021.
- The Indian government has begun the next step of coronavirus immunisation. All citizens over the age of 18 can now be vaccinated. To register for the COVID-19 vaccine, go to the government's Co Win vaccine registration online platform at cowin.gov.in.
- Following the devastating second wave of coronavirus, the Centre announced that all Indian adults will be eligible for the Covid-19 vaccination. According to the government's rules, the 18-44 age range is now required to register on the Cowin site.
Co-Win Vaccine Registration Online
To receive a vaccine, anyone between the ages of 18 and 44 must first register online on the Cowin platform. People over the age of 45, on the other hand, can register online or directly walk into the CVC, however, it is recommended that they reserve an appointment online to minimise any trouble and enjoy a hassle-free experience.
Follow the steps below for co-win registration for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Enter your cell phone number.
To create your account, you must first obtain an OTP.
Enter the OTP and confirm it.
Once the OTP has been verified, you will be routed to the vaccine registration page.
You can give one photo id evidence in the following step.
Fill in the requested information, such as your name, age, and gender, and submit one identity document.
Select the “Register” option.
The system will display the "Account Details" after you have completed the registration process.
There is a "Add More Button" on the Account Details section, where you can add three more people for vaccination.
There will be a button that says ‘Schedule appointment.' Now, simply click on it.
After clicking Schedule appointment, you can search for your vaccination centre by state, district, and pin code to see if there are any available vaccination slots.
The date and availability will also be shown.
Select the 'book' option.
You will receive a message after successfully completing the booking. When you arrive at the vaccination centre, you will be required to provide your confirmation details.
Documents required for co win portal registration online
At the time of registration, any of the following government issued photo IDs are required:
Official identity cards issued to MPs/MLAs/MLCs
Passbooks issued by Bank/Post Office
Co Win App for vaccine registration
Aarogya Setu App and Umang App allow you to register online. Then you must first download this app into your phone, and only then can you apply for vaccination. The internet portal will also provide you with detailed information about it.
Frequently asked questions
Is there a registration fee that must be paid?
There is no registration fee for co win vaccine registration online.
How many persons may be enrolled for the Co-WIN site using a single cellphone number?
Using the same mobile number, up to four people can be registered for vaccination.
Can I register for vaccinations if I don't have an Aadhaar card?
Yes, you can use any of the following ID proofs to register on the Co-WIN portal: Aadhaar card; Driving License; PAN card; Passport; Pension Passbook; NPR Smart Card; and Voter ID (EPIC).
Is immunisation provided free of charge at all vaccination sites?
- Vaccination is currently free in government facilities and INR 250 in private hospitals for citizens aged 45 and up. This will cease to exist on May 1, and persons above the age of 45 will be required to pay at private facilities at a cost set by the private hospital.
- The payment policy for those aged 18 to 44 will be announced by the states. Most states have said that it will be provided free of charge at government facilities.
- However, in private vaccination locations, the cost is determined by the private hospitals, and the price of each vaccine is displayed at the time of booking.
Is it possible for me to select the Covid-19 vaccine?
Yes. When arranging an appointment, the System will display the vaccine being administered in each vaccination centre. Citizens can select the vaccination centre based on the vaccine being administered; however, this option will not be available in government facilities.
What are the possibilities if one citizen is 45 or older and another is 18 or older?
If one person is 45 or older and another citizen is between the ages of 18 and 44, and both want to arrange a combination appointment, only private paid vaccination centres or vaccination centres that follow state regulation will be accessible. However, it is possible that some hospitals that serve persons aged 45 and more will not allow appointments for people of a younger age. In that scenario, you can make reservations one at a time.
When will I be able to obtain my vaccine shot if I test positive for Covid-19?
The centre has classified temporary contraindications into three categories. Vaccination should be postponed for four to eight weeks following recovery for people in these categories.
Persons with active SARS-CoV-2 infection
Covid-19 patients who received anti-SARS-CoV-2 monoclonal antibodies or convalescent plasma
critically ill and hospitalised — with or without intensive care — patients due to "any illness."