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Covid: 5 steps in which Indians will get vaccine - verification to observation [Video]

Covid: 5 steps in which Indians will get vaccine - verification to observation

A dry-run of the vaccination drive is being conducted across India on January 2 to prepare for the mass immunisation which would begin once a vaccine for Covid-19 is approved. Trial runs are being..

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 03:11Published

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How to find COVID-19 testing centres in India online using Delhi Corona, Google apps

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Forget Co-WIN app, book COVID-19 vaccine appointment on Aarogya Setu: Here’s how

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Phase 2 of Covid vaccination drive: Punjab’s poor show continues, just 1,100 vaccinated on Day 1, Co-WIN app marred with glitches


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Covid vaccination: Co-WIN app meant only for administrators, health ministry clarifies


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Co-WIN app meant only for administrators, vaccine registration to be done through portal: Govt

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Over 32,000 inoculated in Pune so far, Co-Win app glitches slow vaccination process


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Principal Secretary to PM chairs meeting on Covid-19 vaccination, version 2.0 of Co-WIN app to be launched soon


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Covid vaccination: Low turnout due to Co-WIN app glitches, says Maharashtra health minister

A day after the state recorded just 52.6% turnout on the second day of the vaccination drive, Maharashtra health minister Rajesh Tope said that it was not correct to compare the turnout everyday as now..
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Vaccination: no major adverse effect reported in district

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Co-WIN app snag pricks states, forces vaccine drive to go offline


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Co-WIN app develops glitches on Day 1

The process may go offline, considering that load will only go up
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First batch of 46,720 Covishield vaccines reaches city

Details of healthcare workers are fed into Co-WIN app and frozen, says Collector
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DNA Special: Beware of 'Fake News' in regards to 'Co-Win' app

The process to give vaccination in this country will be run through a mobile app called 'Co-Win' but this app hasn't been launched as yet.
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Co-WIN app to facilitate coronavirus vaccination; check how to register, other details

The Centre has introduced an application named Co-WIN (Covid Vaccine Intelligence Work) to help the vaccination process.
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Co-WIN app: How to register to get Covid-19 vaccine in India

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Co-WIN app gets tested in 4-state vaccine dry run


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BMC's next challenge: A database for COVID-19 vaccines

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