Online registration for Kovid 19 coronavirus vaccination

  Kovid 19 coronavirus vaccination
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Online registration for Kovid 19 coronavirus vaccination People aged 1844 can register on Covin. Registration opened and continues on 5 May; Registrations have started from 4 pm. 

To register, you can log on to the co-win portal using the link Kovid 19, and on the “Register / Sign in” tab to register for COVID-19 vaccination Can click. For vaccination through Arogya Setu App


you can now book an appointment for vaccination on the co-win portal provided the slot is available. Earlier, the link was open for registration only

Make sure you look for the 18-70 category when booking an appointment.

Can I get vaccinations without an appointment?


Currently, on-spot registration or walk-in facility is not allowed in private hospitals between the ages of 18 and 70 years. Will you get an appointment after May 1? From May 1, state governments and private hospitals will purchase 50 percent of the total dose for immunization for the 18–70 year age group directly from the open market. The availability of the slot will depend on the availability of the dose. Due to the limited dosage, many states will have their own priority groups within the age group of 18–70 years.

Are there any registration fees to be paid? No, there is no registration fee. How many people can be registered through the mobile number in the co-winner portal?

Can you register for vaccination without Aadhaar Card?


Currently, vaccination is free in government hospitals and a fee of Rs 150 is charged in private hospitals for citizens aged 45 years and above.

For people between the ages of 18 and 44, the state will announce a policy related to payments.

Can you check the price of a vaccine? Yes. From May 1, the system will show the vaccine price in the name of the vaccination center when scheduling an appointment. Can I choose a vaccine?

the vaccination center as per their choice, however, the option will not be available at government facilities. If one citizen is 70 years of age or older and the other is 18 years or more, what are the options?


According to state policy, only privately paid immunization centers or immunization centers are available if one citizen is 60 or older and the other citizen is between 14 and 70 years old and both want to schedule a joint appointment. However, it may also happen that some hospitals that are serving people 70 years or older may not allow booking for young people. In this case, you can make the booking one by one. If you are Kovid-19 positive, when can I get my vaccination done?

People in these categories have to postpone vaccination for four to eight weeks after recovery. 

These categories are: individuals with active symptoms of SARS-CoV-2 infection; COVID-19 patients were given SARS-COV-2 monoclonal antibodies or spasm plasma; And severely unwell and hospitalized – with or without intensive care – patients due to “any disease”