Thiruvananthapuram: The registration for the second phase of Kovid 19 vaccination will begin in the state from March 1, the health department said. Registration is open to all citizens over the age of 60 and other sufferers between the ages of 45 and 59. As per the guidelines of the Union Ministry of Health, vaccination facilities will be provided in selected government hospitals in addition to various government hospitals in the state. Vaccination is free in government hospitals. The facility of direct registration is now available to the public. The facility to go and register at the Kovid Vaccination Center will be announced later.
How to register?
The public can register for Kovid vaccination through the Kovin (www.cowin.gov.in) portal and the Health Setu app. Basic information on the beneficiary’s photo ID card must be provided at the time of registration. The OTP will check the accuracy of the mobile number before registration. At the time of registration you will see the list of Kovid Vaccination Centers and the availability of vacant slots. Bookings should be made accordingly based on the available slots. An account will be created for that person after registration. A maximum of four beneficiaries can be registered per person using a mobile number. However, the ID card number of each beneficiary should be different.
Registration and appointment records can be edited or deleted until vaccination takes place. If the age of the beneficiary is between 45 and 59 years, then any illness should be confirmed. You will receive a registration slip or token upon completion of the registration. It will also have the facility to download. A confirmation SMS will be sent to the beneficiary in a timely manner on the registered mobile number. Will be available.
Details of open slots will also be published in Cov. Any beneficiary can choose and book a slot anytime, anywhere depending on their preference and convenience. The date for the second dose will be available automatically upon booking the first dose.
Keep your Aadhaar card with you when you go to the vaccination center to get vaccinated. If not, keep an identity card with another approved photo. Comorbidity Certificate signed by a registered medical practitioner should be submitted to the Vaccination Center between the ages of 45 and 59 years.
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