How to register Co-WIN for Covid-19 Vaccine of Age group 18 to 44 years
Covid-19 Vaccine for the age group of 18 to 44 years registration is opened, citizens can register them to take 1st dose of vaccine through CO-WIN portal using the link www.cowin.gov.in. Open the CO-WIN website and click on the “Register/Sign In yourself” tab to register for the COVID-19 vaccination.
The registration process for the Covid-19 vaccine is made very simple and user friendly. Just click on “Register/Sign In yourself” with phone number, Enter OTP received to phone number and schedule the appointment, Date, Time and Vaccine Center. Get Covid 19 vaccine updates here…
User can also register for the covid-19 vaccine through Aarogyasetu and Umang
CoWIN registration opened for 18 to 44 years, Covid-19 vaccine frequently asked questions
Q. Where do I register for vaccination for COVID-19?
- To register for the COVID-19 vaccine, you can access the Co-WIN web site through the link www.cowin.gov.in and click on the “Sign in yourself” button.
Q. Shall I install a mobile app for vaccine registration?
- Excluding Aarogya Setu, there is no approved mobile vaccination registration app in India. The Co-WIN portal/Website must be logged into. Alternatively, the Aarogya Setu App can also be used to register for vaccination.
Q.Which groups of age people can enrol on the Co-WIN portal for vaccination?
- Vaccination must be registered for all citizens 18 years and over.
Q. Is online registration for Covid 19 vaccination required?
- Every day, Vaccination Centres have a small range of on-the-spot registration slots. Citizens over the age of 45 should make appointments online or walk-in to vaccine clinics. Citizens between the ages of 18 and 44, must enrol and make appointments online before visiting a vaccine centre
- All citizens are advised to register online and schedule vaccinations ahead of time to provide a stress-free vaccination experience.
Q. Can I apply 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
- Pension Passbook
- NPR Smart Card
- Voter ID (EPIC)
Q. How many people would be enrolled with the Co-WIN site with a single mobile number?
- Using the same mobile number, up to four persons can be registered for vaccination.
Q.How can people who may not have access to smartphones or computers do online registration?
- Citizens may request the help of friends or family members to complete their online registration.
Q. Is there any kind of registration fee?
- No, it does not. There are no registration fees.
Q. Can I schedule a vaccine appointment via the Co-WIN portal?
- Yes, you can book a vaccine appointment via the Co-WIN website after signing in with your registered mobile number. The system will display vaccination centres that accept vaccinations based on the citizen’s age as entered in the registration portal.
Q. What are the options if one person is 45 yrs or older and the other is 18 yrs or older?
- If one person is 45 yrs or older and the other citizen is between the ages of 18 and 44, and both wish to schedule a joint appointment, only private paid vaccine centres or vaccination centres that follow State policy will be made available. However, it is possible that certain hospitals that serve people aged 45 yrs and over would not make appointments for people of a younger age. In that case, you can make reservations one by one.
Q. Can I check the vaccine administered at each vaccination centre?
- Yes, when scheduling a vaccination appointment, the system will display the names of the vaccination centres as well as the name of the vaccine that will be administered in the case of private hospitals. The name of the vaccine can not be shown in government hospitals.
Q. Is it possible to download an appointment slip?
- Yes, once the appointment has been scheduled, the appointment slip can be downloaded.
Q. How do I find the nearest vaccination centre?
- You can find the nearest vaccination centre to your place in the Co-WIN portal (or Aarogya Setu) by searching by PIN code or by selecting the State and District.
Q. What if I am unable to attend the vaccine appointment on the scheduled date? Is it possible to reschedule my appointment?
- The appointment is reschedulable at any time. If you are unable to attend the vaccine on the scheduled date, you will reschedule the appointment by clicking on the “Reschedule” tab.
Q. Is it possible for me to postpone my appointment?
- Yes, you can postpone an already planned appointment. You may also reschedule the appointment and choose a different date or time.
Q. Is it possible for me to cancel my appointment?
- Yes, you can cancel an already planned appointment. You may also reschedule the meeting and choose another date or time slot that is more convenient for you.
Q. Where can I get confirmation of the vaccine date and time?
- If an appointment has been made, you will receive an SMS with the vaccination centre, location, and time slot selected for the appointment sent to your registered mobile phone. You can also save and print the appointment slip, or save it to your phone.
Q. Can I get a vaccination without making an appointment?
- Citizens over the age of 45 should make appointments online or walk-in to vaccine centres. Citizens between the ages of 18 and 44 must register and arrange appointments online before visiting vaccination centres.
- To ensure a hassle-free vaccine experience, all citizens are encouraged to register online and arrange vaccinations in advance.
Q. Is it important to get a second dose of vaccination?
- Yes, It is recommended that all doses of vaccine be administered to attain the maximum benefits of vaccines.
- Both doses must be the same kind of vaccine.
Q. When should I take the second dose of vaccination?
- It is advised that the second dose of COVAXIN be given 4 to 6 weeks after the first dose was given. The suggested interval for COVISHIELD is 4 to 8 weeks, with a 6-to-8-week interval given enhanced protection. You should schedule the second dose vaccine at your convenience.
Q. Can the Co-WIN system automatically set my second dose appointment?
- No, it does not. You must schedule an appointment for the second dose vaccine. The Co-WIN system will assist you in scheduling an appointment at a Vaccination Centre where the same vaccine form (COVAXIN or COVISHIELD) of the first dose will be given.
Q. How can I ask if I have any issues with my online appointment registration?
- You should contact the national helpline ‘1075’ for updates and advice on the COVID-19 vaccine and Co-WIN software questions.
Q. Why do I need a vaccination certificate?
- A COVID Vaccine Certificate (CVC) provided by the government gives assurance to the recipient about the vaccination, the kind of vaccine used, and the next vaccination due date. It also serves as proof for the person to show to any institutions who might need proof of vaccination, especially while travelling. Vaccination not only prevents people from illness but also reduces the risk of viral transmission. As a result, in the future, there might be a need to produce a certificate for some types of social activities and foreign travel.
Q. Who is responsible for providing the vaccine certificate?
- The Vaccine Centre is responsible for generating the certificate and presenting you with a paper copy after vaccination on the day of vaccination. Please make it a point to pick up the certificate at the Centre. In the case of private hospitals, the cost of having a printed copy of the certificate is included in the vaccine service fee.
Q. Where will I get a vaccine certificate?
- You can obtain a vaccine certificate by following the basic steps on the Co-WIN page (cowin.gov.in), the Aarogya Setu app, or Digi-Locker. You can do so by entering the phone number you used when you registered.
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