Allow states to have own apps for Covid-19 vaccination: Maharashtra CM
In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Thackeray said the vaccination drive in Maharashtra has been the "fastest and the most efficient in the country". At present, people have to register their names on CoWIN platform introduced by the central government for the vaccination.
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