Corona Vaccine: From April 28, those above 18 years of age will be able to register for vaccination, know the whole process

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-22 16:07:59 IST

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The vaccination campaign will now be given to everyone over the age of 18 from May 1, as part of the ongoing vaccination campaign in the country to prevent corona infection. Registration for this will begin on April 28 on the Covid portal.

Registration under the third phase of the Corona Vaccination Campaign will begin on Wednesday, April 28, on the Kovin Platform and Arogya Setu App for those above 18 years of age. After this, qualified people can register themselves by visiting the CoWin portal. In order to prevent corona virus infection, doses from 1 May to 18 years of age will be given for vaccination. 

MyGovIndia tweeted that Ignore the rumors raised about the date of registration, not from 24 April but from 28 April registration will start on the Kovin Platform and Arogya Setu App.

Until now, only those over the age of 45 were allowed to be vaccinated. Let us know that every day new cases of infection in the country hit by the second wave of epidemics are setting a record of statistics. The number of new cases has crossed 3 lakh on Thursday. People have to register online for the first dose of vaccine before going to the hospital. 

MyGovIndia tweeted that the third phase of vaccination will begin from May 1, for which the registration process is being started on the Arogya Setu app and the Kovin platform. There is no app for the Kovin site and registration can only be done through the website.

Here's how to register- 

- Click Register / Sign in on Kovin portal or Arogya Setu App 

- Enter mobile number or Aadhaar number 

-10 points OTP 

- Put OTP on the site and click 'Verify' 

- Enter all the details sought and click on register  

After this, the option of schedule will come, after which the registration process will be completed. 

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