Complete COVID-19 vaccine registration Guide with FAQ

Complete COVID-19 vaccine registration Guide with FAQ
Complete COVID-19 vaccine registration Guide with FAQ

Here is good news for you… COVID-19 vaccine registrations are going to open for all above 18 from April 28. Here you can read our  — “Complete COVID-19 vaccine registration Guide with FAQ

Let’s look at some of the frequently asked questions on the COVID Vaccination Process.

Frequently Asked Questions (COVID-19 vaccine registration)

Q.1. How to Schedule COVID-19 Vaccination?

You can Schedule your vaccination process, by doing registration in advance.

Q.2. How to Register Online for COVID-19 Vaccination?

You are free to Register yourself online through platforms like:

  • Co-WIN
  • Aarogya Setu
  • UMANG platform

Q.3. What to remember during registration or after COVID-19 vaccine registration?

  • Register against only one phone number Plus use one proof of ID during COVID-19 vaccine registration
  • Remember to Carry ID proof before going for vaccination
  • Carry the same ID Proof that you used for registration

Q.4. Can I Choose my Vaccination Centre?

Yes, you can search for the nearest vaccination centre in your area. To do so, you can visit Co-WIN Website, Aarogya Setu app or Umang. One can use these apps to find and select centre convenient for COVID-19 vaccination.

Q.5. When to visit the COVID vaccination centre?

After registration,  you can reach your vaccination centre on the specified date and time that is allotted to you.

Q.6. Should I wait for 30 Mins after Covid Vaccination?

Yes, according to govt. guidelines, you should wait for 30 minutes at the COVID vaccination centre after vaccination. This is a part of the vaccination process. Inform vaccination centre if you feel any side effect(s) within 30 minutes.

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Q.7. What to do if I feel Side Effects after leaving the CoVID-19 Vaccination centre?

You should inform on Helpline Number: +91-11-23978046 (Toll free- 1075) if you feel any side effect after leaving vaccination centre.

Q.8. Can I Overlook CoVID-19 Preventive measures after vaccination?

No, you should continue precautions of wearing masks and social distancing.

Q.9. Can I Walk-In without an appointment?

No, you should not Walk-in without an appointment.

Q.10. Can I register on multiple platforms?

No, One-person cannot register on multiple platforms.

Q.11. Can I use multiple ID Proofs while doing COVID-19 vaccine registration?

No, you should not use multiple, use only one.

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Q.12. Can I register multiple phone numbers to trick the government?

No, you should not involve in such activities. One person should not register using multiple phone numbers.

Q.13. What not to do as a citizen?

  • Consume intoxicants like alcohol on the day of vaccination
  • Panic in case of side effects
  • Register again for a second dose

Q.14. What is CoWin?

Co-WIN is a platform to Register for COVID-19 vaccination. You can also schedule your vaccination slots at the nearest vaccination centres using this platform.

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How to register for COVID-19 Vaccination?

As the central government announced, the registration process for the COVID-19 vaccinations, for citizens aged 18 and 18+, is going to start from April 28, 2021. Earlier, reports had mistakenly claimed that the registration process would begin on April 24. However, now the Centre has explained that the registration process would start only on April 28. And one can register through the CoWIN platform or Aarogya Setu app.

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