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All eligible citizens can get themselves registered for vaccination through the Co-Win portal or the Arogya Setu app. (ANI Photo)

Covid-19 vaccine appointments through WhatsApp? PIB says it’s fake

By hindustantimes.com | Edited by Ayshee Bhaduri, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON APR 12, 2021 10:53 PM IST
  • The fake WhatsApp forward claimed that booking vaccination appointments through the messaging app is “simple and easy to use like chatting”
A woman watches as a healthcare worker fills a syringe with a dose of COVISHIELD, the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) vaccine manufactured by Serum Institute of India, at Max Super Speciality Hospital, in New Delhi, India, March 17, 2021. (Reuters)
A woman watches as a healthcare worker fills a syringe with a dose of COVISHIELD, the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) vaccine manufactured by Serum Institute of India, at Max Super Speciality Hospital, in New Delhi, India, March 17, 2021. (Reuters)

Widen gap in Covishield jabs to 6-8 weeks: Centre

By Rhythma Kaul, New Delhi
UPDATED ON MAR 23, 2021 04:48 AM IST
The decision is likely to also help cover more people during the current vaccination campaign as it will allow hospitals and clinics to give out more first doses to people instead of worrying about stocking adequate supplies for second doses for the time being.
A couple waits to get their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, at Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) in Mumbai.(Satish Bate / HT Photo)
A couple waits to get their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, at Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) in Mumbai.(Satish Bate / HT Photo)

Long wait times, glitches in Co-WIN slow vaccine drive

By Rhythma Kaul, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON MAR 03, 2021 05:41 AM IST
Close to five million registrations — which officials estimate could include 10 million people — took place in the 24 hours after the government began accepting sign-ups.
People, who are eligible, can self register on the Co-Win app and schedule their appointment to get the vaccine. (@MoHFW_INDIA/Twitter Photo )
People, who are eligible, can self register on the Co-Win app and schedule their appointment to get the vaccine. (@MoHFW_INDIA/Twitter Photo )

No Co-Win app, log in to web portal to register for Covid-19 shot: Govt 

By hindustantimes.com | Written by Kanishka Sarkar, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
UPDATED ON MAR 01, 2021 03:11 PM IST
The second phase of Covid-19 vaccination in India kicked off on Monday with Prime Minister Narendra Modi becoming the first senior citizen to take the jab.
Three methods of registration - advance self-registration via the CO-Win app, on-site registration and facilitated cohort registration were also explained to the states and UTs(Reuters)
Three methods of registration - advance self-registration via the CO-Win app, on-site registration and facilitated cohort registration were also explained to the states and UTs(Reuters)

Co-morbidity certificate must for Covid-19 vaccination of people above 45 years

By hindustantimes.com, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON FEB 26, 2021 07:20 PM IST
A new version of Co-WIN (2.0) will be unveiled which will have the option for self-registration.
India is going start its second phase of Covid-19 vaccination drive to inoculate people above 60 years and those over 45 with comorbidities against the coronavirus from March 1.(HT_PRINT)
India is going start its second phase of Covid-19 vaccination drive to inoculate people above 60 years and those over 45 with comorbidities against the coronavirus from March 1.(HT_PRINT)

Covid vaccination: Registration on CO-WIN for beneficiaries to begin from Mar 1

ANI |
PUBLISHED ON FEB 26, 2021 06:25 AM IST
The Central government has created the Co-WIN application dedicated to monitor real time management of Covid-19 vaccination across the country.
“In addition to the list of beneficiaries sent to us by the Co-WIN platform, we were allowed to vaccinate people who are already registered but were not on the list." said Dr DS Rana(HT_PRINT)
“In addition to the list of beneficiaries sent to us by the Co-WIN platform, we were allowed to vaccinate people who are already registered but were not on the list." said Dr DS Rana(HT_PRINT)

Govt tweaks app to allow walk-ins, experts want wider access to shots

By Rhythma Kaul, Abhishek Dey, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON JAN 19, 2021 11:37 PM IST
A Union health ministry official confirmed the tweak in the app on Tuesday to allow health care workers not scheduled for jabs on a particular day to get the shots.
Ajeet Jain, the nodal officer at RGSS hospital, also confirmed that many beneficiaries did not receive the messages from the designated Co-Win app.(Reuters)
Ajeet Jain, the nodal officer at RGSS hospital, also confirmed that many beneficiaries did not receive the messages from the designated Co-Win app.(Reuters)

Co-WIN bugs impacting Covid-19 vaccination drive: Officials

PUBLISHED ON JAN 19, 2021 02:51 AM IST
Officials at a majority of Delhi’s 81 vaccination centres said a large number of health care workers did not receive texts informing them about their turn, due to which hospital staff had to call each one of them.
A doctor receives the Covid-19 vaccine at a hospital in Srinagar on Saturday.
A doctor receives the Covid-19 vaccine at a hospital in Srinagar on Saturday.

Eligible people likely to get option to sign up for jabs on Aarogya Setu

By Saubhadra Chatterji, New Delhi
UPDATED ON JAN 18, 2021 04:42 AM IST
According to documents accessed by HT, the CoWIN platform will allow the public to access its limited features—only those required for enrolment and vaccination and not the complex back-end operations—on the Aarogya Setu app.
Each centre had a target of vaccinating 100 people on Saturday.
Each centre had a target of vaccinating 100 people on Saturday.

Will set an example that the vaccine is safe

By Fareeha Iftikhar, Anonna Dutt, New Delhi
UPDATED ON JAN 17, 2021 05:32 AM IST
Until Saturday evening, 4,319 of the scheduled 8,100 persons had got vaccinated in Delhi. Hospital authorities said some who were to get the jab said they were not in the city, or cited personal reasons. Authorities said the absentees could also be attributed to a glitch in the CoWIN app.
The Co-WIN app is meant to facilitate real-time information of vaccine stocks, storage temperature and individualised tracking of beneficiaries, besides assisting programme managers across national, state, and district levels.(AFP)
The Co-WIN app is meant to facilitate real-time information of vaccine stocks, storage temperature and individualised tracking of beneficiaries, besides assisting programme managers across national, state, and district levels.(AFP)

Technical glitches with Co-WIN app: Process goes manual at several locations

By HT Correspondent, New Delhi
UPDATED ON JAN 17, 2021 07:22 AM IST
Due to difficulties in uploading data on the app, which has been developed by the central government to monitor and track the inoculation process, health care workers in some districts had to put up information about the vaccine recipients on the digital platform manually.
Health secretary Rajesh Bhushan onTuesday revealed the details of Co-WIN app through which one would be able to self-register for vaccine. (Photo: ANI)
Health secretary Rajesh Bhushan onTuesday revealed the details of Co-WIN app through which one would be able to self-register for vaccine. (Photo: ANI)

Free mobile app Co-WIN to self-register for Covid-19 vaccine. All you need to know

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By hindustantimes.com | Edited by Poulomi Ghosh
UPDATED ON DEC 08, 2020 07:58 PM IST
People with co-morbidities will be able to register themselves for vaccination following which their medical history will be checked.
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