Co-WIN portal, COVID-19 Vaccination Registration Site Not Working

The Co-WIN portal i.e.., has faced some technical issues in March 1. From 09:00 am onwards eligible ones were able to register the Co-WIN 2.0 portal for immunisation. Everyone above the age of 60 years and people over 45 years with comorbidities are getting COVID-19 vaccine for free of charge at government facilities. Private hospitals charge up to Rs 250 per dose of COVID-19 vaccine.

At the hour of composing, the two stages were not working as expected for certain clients. A few clients couldn’t enroll on the CoWIN site, and the Aarogya Setu application likewise didn’t permit us to enlist all things considered. In any case, a few colleagues Gadgets 360 could enroll, so apparently the issue may be corrected soon.

Co-WIN portal, COVID-19 vaccination registration site not working

Co-WIN portal not working for some users: Details

Arogya Setu app showed some unexpected error while registering. At the time of registration, after entering the mobile number people noted that they are not receiving OTP. Some users got a message displayed in the screen that the Co-WIN server is facing some issues and try again later. The Union Health Ministry clarified that there is no app for beneficiaries. And all the registration and booking of appointments will be done only through the Co-WIN portal. The app on playstore is for administrators only.

For the registration process of COVID-19 vaccine online, will get an OTP. And after that the users can register digitally by providing their government ID proof details. i.e.., Aadhaar card, driving license, passport etc. After the successful completion site will give users an extra choice to register for additional three members.

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Then select the nearby vaccination centre and schedule the vaccination date as per the slot availability. Registered users can download the soft copy of the confirmation from the site and they will get a confirmation via SMS. After getting the first dose users will get the appointment for the second dose of vaccine automatically. Which is scheduled automatically after 28 days.

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