Officially, the Government of India announced that registration for vaccines will be open to all Indian citizens over 18 on 28 April. Anyone who is eligible can register on the Co-WIN portal at www.cowin.gov.in.
The vaccine shot was only available to people over 45. MyGovIndia announced on Twitter that phase 3 would begin May 1, and registrations will open on April 28 through the CoWIN website. The Aarogya Setu application is available in both the App Store and Google Play stores. The official CoWIN website is the only way to register.
You will need to register online for COVID-19 vaccine before you visit the hospital. To register for the phase 3 COVID vaccine, users will need to go to the Aarogya Setu App and the CoWIN portal.
You can register for Covid via Aarogya Setu and CoWIN portal by following the steps below
Register for COVID-19 vaccination via the CoWIN portal
You will be required to go on the CoWIN site or cowin.gov.in, and then click on Register/Sign In Yourself
Enter your mobile number to select the Get OTP option.
Enter the OTP and press enter.
-Go to the Register for Vaccination Page and fill in all information including photo ID, name, date of birth, and gender.
Next, click Register
You will have the opportunity to make an appointment
Click on the Schedule beside the name of the registered person
Enter the pincode, then click the search button
The website will display the pincodes of the centers.
Select the time and date you wish to confirm. You can add as many as four people to the website with one login.
You can request a rescheduling of your appointment in the same way.
Aarogya Setu – How to Register for COVID-19 Vaccine
Open the Aarogya Setu App and click the CoWIN tab on the home screen.
Enter your phone number and select Vaccination Registration.
-Click Verify to be taken to the Register of Vaccination page
Follow the steps in the “Process to register through CoWIN portal” guide.
Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Kerala have all announced they would provide Covid-19 vaccinations for everyone. Rajasthan, for example, has urged the Centre not to offer free vaccines.