- Central Government brought CoWIN App
- A digital platform for the roll-out of the vaccine
- Know about CoWin app
IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad called on December 23, 2020 to strengthen the CoWIN system. This will be a digital platform for the roll-out of the vaccine. Prasad had also announced cash prizes of Rs 40 lakh and Rs 20 lakh respectively for Top to Contestant. Let’s know about the CoWin app.
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CoWin App Availability: The CoWin app is not functional at the moment. If you have downloaded it from Google Play Store and Apple App Store then it will not work right now. In such a situation, avoid downloading any app of this name. It can be fake. This app is currently in the pre-product stage. It contains data of health officials who will be given the vaccine first. This includes 7.5 million health officials. CoWin 2.0 is expected to be introduced to Indian citizens soon.
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How to register in CoWin App: Currently, the general public cannot register for a coronavirus vaccine. Because it is the only authorities allowed to use it. Once this app runs, it will have four modules which will include User Administration Module, Beneficiary Registration, Vaccination and Beneficiary Enrollment, Status Updation.
When the app goes live, CoWIN will give three options for registering the app or website. This will include self registration, individual registration and bulk upload. Its logistics have not yet been released. It may also happen that camps are set up by the government and the general public can go there and get registered by the authorities. In addition, surveyors and district administrators will also be able to register with multiple people simultaneously.
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Know which documents will be required: People will need photo identity card for registration which includes Aadhaar card, driving license, PAN card and others. Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan has announced that vaccination will be free for frontline works. At the same time, information about what it will be for the general public has not been given at the moment.