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Elders appeal citizens above 60 yrs, 45+ with comorbidities to get vaccinated in Panaji
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Co-WIN system operating well, hasn't faced any glitches: Govt
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Covid vaccine: How to register, where to go, what you need | All key details
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Vaccination system will be streamlined in one week: Harsh Vardhan
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Co-win registration explained | Step by step guide | Oneindia News
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Vaccination approach now 'demand-driven' instead of 'supply-driven': Govt official
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Covid-19: 2.6 crore have registered for jabs, 75% onlineMore than 2.6 crore people had registered for Covid-19 vaccinations in the country till Tuesday, with a majority of the appointments (around 75%) being booked online on Co-Win or through the Aarogya..
81.59 lakh healthcare workers, 1.01 crore frontline workers registered on Co-Win till March 2: Minister
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Only 20% able to get COVID-19 vaccination appointment: SurveyA total of 58 percent of those who tried to get an appointment for vaccination via CO-WIN have not been able to do so, as per the survey.
About 50 lakh registrations on Co-WIN portal since Monday, no glitch in system: GovtAbout 50 lakh people have registered themselves on the Co-WIN portal, without any system glitch, since the window opened Monday morning, the Centre said Tuesday, adding that over 2.08 lakh..
92pc faced difficulty in registering for vaccination via Co-WIN
Forget Co-WIN app, book COVID-19 vaccine appointment on Aarogya Setu: Here’s howThe second phase of COVID-19 vaccination has begun in India. The government of India has launched the Co-WIN app and portal to allow citizens to book their COVID-19 vaccination appointment easily...
Phase 2 of Covid vaccination drive: Punjab’s poor show continues, just 1,100 vaccinated on Day 1, Co-WIN app marred with glitches
No glitches, COVID-19 vaccine registration only on Co-WIN portal, Arogya Setu: Empowered Group chairman
25 lakh register on Co-Win on first day of Phase 2Some 6.4 lakh appointments could be booked and around 4.3 lakh vaccine doses administered. While the registration process was mostly smooth, the scheduling option was not working in many cases. Though..
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No issue in Co-WIN portal, 'walk-in systems' to be streamlined further, says Harsh Vardhan
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Covid vaccination: Co-WIN app meant only for administrators, health ministry clarifies
Govt integrates MapMyIndia’s map features to locate vaccination centresUsers can now locate the nearest vaccination centres through MapMyIndia’s app and portal, and through the Health Ministry’s Co-WIN portal
Co-WIN app meant only for administrators, vaccine registration to be done through portal: GovtCitizens can register and book an appointment for vaccination, anytime and anywhere, using the Co-WIN 2.0 portal www.Cowin.Gov.In or through other IT applications such as Aarogya Setu. There is also a..
COVID-19 vaccine registration only on Co-WIN portal, says Health MinistryGovernment clarifies there is no app for signing up
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Co-WIN to open for self-registration from Monday
COVID-19 vaccination: Registration on Co-WIN portal to start today, here's what you should knowRegistrations for COVID-19 vaccination on the Co-WIN 2.0 portal will open at 9 am Monday at www.Cowin.Gov.In.
Vaccine registration to open for public @ Co-Win 2.0So far, around 1.42 crore doses of the vaccines have been administered among health and frontline workers since the launch of the first phase of the drive on January 16. The expansion of the drive —..