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Thursday, April 1, 2021

Today's covid-19 news

Today's covid-19 news


 The second phase of vaccination against coronavirus across the country has started from Monday, March 1.  In this phase, people suffering from serious diseases over 60 years and over 45 years are being included.  Those who turn 60 on January 1, 2022 will also be able to get vaccinated this time.  Vaccination will last until 3 p.m.  Registration for this will begin at 9 a.m. Monday on the Health Bridge with the Co-Win 2.0 portal.


 Will have to show a certificate of serious illness, the government issued the format

 People who are 60 years of age or older will have to carry an ID card at the time of registration and vaccination.  People between the ages of 45 and 60 have to show a medical certificate if they have a serious illness.  The government has also released a list of 20 diseases that fall under this category along with the declaration format.  This form must be certified by a doctor.


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 Corona Vaccination 2.0: Vaccination of the general public starts from today, find out how to register for vaccination on the app, what documents do you have to take?

 New Delhi a month ago

 The second phase of corona vaccination across the country from today

 The vaccine will be provided free of cost in about 12,000 government hospitals and primary health centers

 The second phase of vaccination against coronavirus across the country has started from Monday, March 1.  In this phase, people suffering from serious diseases over 60 years and over 45 years are being included.  Those who turn 60 on January 1, 2022 will also be able to get vaccinated this time.  Vaccination will last until 3 p.m.  Registration for this will begin at 9 a.m. Monday on the Health Bridge with the Co-Win 2.0 portal.


 Will have to show a certificate of serious illness, the government issued the format

 People who are 60 years of age or older will have to carry an ID card at the time of registration and vaccination.  People between the ages of 45 and 60 have to show a medical certificate if they have a serious illness.  The government has also released a list of 20 diseases that fall under this category along with the declaration format.  This form must be certified by a doctor.



 Complete information on vaccination in 9 points ...


 Who will be vaccinated?

 People over the age of 60 will be vaccinated.  The vaccine will also be given to people between the ages of 45 and 60 who are suffering from serious diseases.  People who turn 60 on January 1, 2022 will be able to get vaccinated.  The central government estimates that about 270 million people fall into this category.  Those taking the first dose can register on the portal for the second dose on the 29th day, but if a beneficiary cancels the registration of the first dose, then both their doses will be canceled.


 How much will I have to pay?

 The vaccine will be available free of cost at about 12,000 government hospitals and primary health centers.  While private hospitals will fight to pay Rs 250 for vaccination.  There will be Rs 150 for vaccine and Rs 100 for service charge.


 Can a vaccine be selected?

 No.  At present, India Biotech's indigenous vaccine - Covexin and Serum Institute of India Covishield are being used in the vaccination campaign.  Vaccines will not be allowed to be selected.  The vaccine that will be available will be given.


 Can I choose a vaccination date?

 Yes, people can choose which day to get vaccinated and which center.  They will only get this option at the time of registration on the Covin platform.


 How many centers will be vaccinated?

 People will be able to make an appointment at a center near their home.  The vaccine is currently being given only in government hospitals and health centers.  This is about 12 thousand.  India will also include AYUSHMAN Amplified Hospital or CGHS Hospitals, which are 12,000.  In this way a total of 24 thousand places will be vaccinated.


 How many registrations can be made on one phone?

 You do not need to have your own smartphone to participate in the vaccination.  You can use someone else's smartphone.  Four appointments can be made from a mobile phone.


 Do I have to download the app separately for registration?

 No, there is no need for that.  You can also register on the Health Bridge app to participate in the corona vaccination.  For this, a new feature will be added soon.  Along with the web portal of the Coin (Co-WIN) app (cowin.gov.in), IVRS and the call center will also register.  Registration will also take place at about 2.5 lakh Samantha Service Centers in 6 lakh villages in India.


 Can I get vaccinated without registration?

 Yes, vaccines can be given by going to the center in the same way that a train can get a seat without a reservation, but this will only happen when there is a vacancy.  These state governments will decide what will be the ratio of online and offline in terms of capacity of a center?


 What to keep with you at the time of vaccination?

 People who are 60 years of age or older will have to carry their own ID card.  At the time of registration and vaccination.  People between the ages of 45 and 60 will have to show a certificate, which will prove that they are suffering from a serious illness.  This certificate has to be filled by the doctor.

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