When will people between the ages of 18 and 44 register for vaccinations? What is the location where one must register?
Those between the ages of 18 and 44 will register beginning April 28; registration will begin at 4:00 p.m. To register for the COVID-19 vaccine, go to the Co-WIN portal at http://www.cowin.gov.in and click on the “Register/Sign In yourself” tab. Alternatively, you can use the Aarogya Setu App to register for vaccination.
Is it possible to schedule a vaccination appointment for April 28?
No, the connection is only for registration purposes. From May 1 onwards, vaccination appointments or scheduling will be open.
Can I receive a non-appointment vaccination?
The government says that citizens aged 18-44 years are required to register themselves before vaccination and to schedule appointments online. Registration in private hospitals between the ages of 18 and 44 is currently not permitted in a walk-in facility.
Will I be able to make an appointment after May 1st?
To vaccinate the 18-44 year old age group, state governments and private hospitals can purchase 50% of total doses directly from the open market beginning May 1. The number of slots available will be determined by the number of doses available. Several states will have their own priority categories within the 18-44 age group due to small doses. When you can make appointments, this state-specific details will be reflected on the Co-win.
Is there a charge to be paid for registration?
No, registration fees are not available.
How many people can register via a single mobile number in the Co-WIN portal?
Vaccination with the same mobile number can take place with up to 4 people.
Can I register without an Aadhaar card for vaccination?
Yes, the following ID evidence is available for you to log in on the Co-WIN portal: Aadhaar card; Driving License; PAN card; Passport; Pension Passbook; NPR smart card; and Voter ID (EPIC).
Is vaccination at all vaccination centres free of charge?
Vaccination is currently free in government hospitals and costs INR 250 in private hospitals for people aged 45 and up. This will end on May 1st, and anyone over the age of 45 will be required to pay the cost set by the private hospital in private facilities. The payment scheme for people aged 18 to 44 years will be announced by the states. The majority of states have declared that it will be available for free at government offices. At private vaccination sites, however, the cost is determined by the private hospitals, and the price of each vaccine can be seen at the time of booking.
Can I verify the vaccine price?
Yes, I agree. At the time of making an appointment, the device will show the vaccine price underneath the name of the vaccination centre starting May 1.
Can I select the vaccine?
Yes, At the time of making an appointment, the System will display the vaccines that are being administered in each vaccination centre. Citizens can select their vaccination centre based on the vaccine they want to receive, but this option will not be available at government facilities.
What are the choices if one person is 45 years old or older and the other is 18 years old or older?
If a resident is 45 years old or older and another is 18 to 44 years old and both wish to schedule a joint appointment, only private paying vaccination centres or state-run vaccination centres would be accessible. However, it is possible that some hospitals that serve patients aged 45 and up will refuse to schedule appointments for people younger than 45. In that case, you can make reservations one at a time.
When will I be vaccinated if I test positive for Covid-19?
Temporary contraindications are divided into three groups by the middle. Vaccination can be delayed for four to eight weeks after recovery for people who fall into these groups. Persons with active SARS-CoV-2 infection, Covid-19 patients that have been given anti-SARS-Cov-2 monoclonal antibodies or convalescent plasma, and acutely sick and hospitalized — with or without intensive care — patients due to “any disease” fall into these groups.