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COVID-19 Vaccination: Vaccine not available on Aarogya Setu and Co-WIN app

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Vaccination in India: The government started vaccination for all people above 18 years of age from May 1. However, due to insufficient supply, this phase was postponed in many states.

New Delhi. Vaccination against Coronavirus is going on in the country, but due to shortage in the supply of vaccine, the government’s campaign is getting affected a lot. As per the common procedure, the beneficiary is required to register on the Cowin App (Co-WIN) to receive the vaccine. At the same time, due to high population and slow supply, the registration process is also getting delayed. People are facing a lot of trouble in booking slots. However, due to being online, there are many options available to the users on the Internet, which are giving complete information about the vaccine shortage and appointments.

Let’s start with Under45.in. According to media reports, this website will give district-wise information about vaccine slots through Telegram channels. It has been prepared by a person living in Chennai. There is also another platform Getjab.in, which can prove to be useful in giving you vaccination updates. With the help of this, you will get the necessary alerts related to vaccination on e-mail.

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Apart from this, the popular payment app Paytm can also be helpful for you in this work. The company has added the facility of Vaccine Finder in its mobile app. Also, users of the ‘My Government Corona Helpdesk’ bot can get information about the vaccine on WhatsApp. However, here you will not get an alert about the available vaccine slots.

COVID-19 Vaccination: Vaccine not available on Aarogya Setu and Co-WIN app

vaccination status in the country

Government figures till May 10 show that a total of 17 crore 1 lakh 76 thousand 603 vaccinations have been done in the country. Of these, the number of first doses is 13 crore 44 lakh 4 thousand 867. Whereas, 3 crore 57 lakh 71 thousand 736 other doses have been applied. The government had started vaccination for all people above 18 years of age from May 1. However, this phase was postponed in many states due to insufficient supply.




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COVID-19 Vaccination: Vaccine not available on Aarogya Setu and Co-WIN app
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