Co-WIN app : Ministry of Health launches Co-WIN app, vaccination will be done only after registration here.

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How to Find Vaccination centre Near me in Covid-19 

WhatsApp has introduced a new feature in India that will help its users find the Covid-19 vaccination centre nearest to them. The messaging app will make use of a chatbot for the same, developed in collaboration with several health partners that will operate this, and some more of such helplines.

The development was shared recently by WhatsApp head Will Cathcart through a tweet. Expressing concern over the tough times being faced in India, Cathcart announced WhatsApp's ongoing efforts to support Covid-19 related helplines on WhatsApp for its users.

The functionality has been added under WhatsApp's MyGov Corona Helpdesk chatbot. To recall, the chatbot was launched early last year as the world faced the Covid-19 pandemic for the first time. Over time, the Facebook-owned chat app has added to its functions, which now includes information on the nearest Covid-19 vaccination centre.

Co-WIN app : Ministry of Health launches Co-WIN app, vaccination will be done only after registration here.

  • The Co-WIN app app will assistance in real-time monitoring of vaccine delivery.
  • Through the app, the government will be able to keep the data of vaccinated people safe.
Image courtesy : Divya Bhaskar

The year 2021 begins with the good news of the covid vaccine. Covishield and covacin vaccines have been approved. The Co-WIN app will launching by the Union Ministry of Health to deliver the vaccine to the people. Moreover this app will help in real time monitoring of vaccine delivery. Through the app, the government will be able to keep the data of vaccinated people safe. 

How To Register Through CoWin Portal:

You will need to visit the CoWIN website and click on Register/Sign in Yourself
• Enter your mobile number and the select Get OTP option.
• Type the OTP on the side and click on enter
• Head to the Register for Vaccination page and enter all details including: photo ID proof, name, gender, and year of birth.
• Next, click on Register.
• You will get the option to schedule an appointment
• Click on Schedule next to the name of the person registered
• Enter the pincode and tap the Search button
• The website will then show up the centres in the pincode
• Select the date and time and click on Confirm. The website allows you to add up to four members through one login.

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Vaccination will be done after registration on this app. However, the app is currently not available on Google Play Store and Apple App Store. According to some reports, the production work of the Co-WIN app has not been completed yet. 

What is the Co-WIN app?

Co-WIN (Covid-19 Vaccine Intelligence Network) is an upgraded version of eVIN (Electronic Vaccine Intelligence Network). Once the application is completing, it will be available for free on Play Store and App Store. The Ministry of Health has clarified that corona vaccination will take place in 3 phases. 

The vaccine will giving to frontline professionals in the first phase. Moreover people involved in emergency services in the second phase. As well as people with serious conditions in the third phase.

Registration to start on April 28

Previous reports was claiming that the registration would begin on 24th April. However, the government was now clarifying that the registration will be starting only on 28th April through the CoWIN Portal or Aarogya Setu app. Please, don’t get misguided by rumours stating that registration for vaccination of 18+ citizens to start out from April 24, 2021.

The registrations will be starting on the #CoWIN portal and Aarogya Setu App from 28th April onwards. The government of India’s official citizen engagement platform MyGovIndia tweeted that “Stay informed, Stay safe! ” 

Vaccination requires registration on the app. All users should be ready to download the app for free of charge and register themselves for a vaccine. According to media reports, the registration process will be as follows… Photo and ID are going to be required for self-registration on Co-WIN’s official website. 

Water ID, Aadhaar card, driving license, passport and pension document can be used in the ID.
Moreover mobile number has to be submitting during registration.
As soon as doing the registration, the date, time and place of vaccination will informing through SMS.

5 modules of the Co-WIN app :

From this app the vaccination process will work on a platform for administrative activities. Vaccination personnel and all those who are about to be vaccinating. It includes Administrative Module, Registration Module, Vaccination Module, Beneficiary Acceptance Module and Report Module.

The people who will manage the vaccination event. Moreover they will determine the session through this module. Through it, vaccinators and providers will get information through notifications.

This module is for those who have registered in the vaccination program.

Vaccination module:

Will verify the information of people who have registered for vaccination and will also provide status update

It will send a message to the recipients of the vaccine. Moreover it will also generate a QR code. As well as people will also get an e-certificate of the vaccine. 

Report Module:

The report of the vaccination program will be preparing through it. Such as how many vaccination sessions were hold. Moreover how many people got vaccinating. As well as how many people registering but did not get vaccinated etc