Co-WIN

COVID-19 vaccination: India crosses five crore mark; those above 45 years can register themselves on Co-WiN portal from April 1

The COVID-19 vaccination drive is going on in the country for healthcare workers, frontline workers, senior citizens and those aged 45 to 59 years with specified 20 comorbidities.

published on : 23rd March 2021

Issues in Co-WIN, hesitancy resulted in low coverage of COVID-19 vaccination drive initially: Govt

The rate of vaccination coverage has subsequently increased, Minister of State for Health Ashwini Choubey said in a written reply.

published on : 8th March 2021

About 50 lakh registrations on Co-WIN portal since Monday, 2.08 lakh received first shot: Centre

The vaccination drive for those over 60 years of age and within the age bracket of 45-60 years with specified comorbidities began on March 1.

published on : 2nd March 2021

Goa: Co-WIN snag halts vaccination drive for senior citizens

The portal developed a glitch soon after the process for vaccination began after 9 AM, forcing many senior citizens who had gathered at the hospitals to take the first dose to leave.

published on : 2nd March 2021

'Co-WIN app meant only for administrators': Centre shares how to register on portal

This was clarified by the ministry amid reported glitches in doing registrations as India opened up vaccination for senior citizens and those aged 45 and above with comorbidities.

published on : 1st March 2021

Appealing to eligible ones to take the vaccine, says PM as he takes COVID-19 jab

Sister P Niveda, from Puducherry, administered the made-in-India COVAXIN (Bharat BioTech) to PM Modi.

published on : 1st March 2021

Registration for next phase of COVID-19 vaccination on Co-WIN2.0 portal to open on March 1

Citizens will be able to register and book an appointment for vaccination, anytime and anywhere, using the Co-WIN 2.0 portal or through other IT applications such as Arogya Setu.

published on : 28th February 2021

COVID-19 vaccination: Registration of beneficiaries for second phase to start from March 1

There will also be a walk-in provision for the beneficiaries to get themselves registered at the session sites, the government said on Thursday.

published on : 25th February 2021

Technical glitches on Co-WIN hamper vaccination drive

Health workers in the district have expressed their concerns over the technical glitches and closure of the Co-WIN app as the first phase of the vaccination drive comes to a close.

published on : 5th February 2021

Not a (Co)WIN: App hampers vaccination drive

The District Medical Office (DMO) has sought an extension from the state government for the completion of the first phase of the Covid-19 vaccination drive.

published on : 4th February 2021

App glitches continue to affect Mumbai vaccination drive; fall in number of recipients in Aurangabad

In view of the technical glitches, the BMC has decided to allow 'walk in' vaccination for the registered healthcare workers.

published on : 20th January 2021

Maharashtra: 53 per cent of targeted recipients get COVID-19 vaccines amid glitches

Public Health Department Principal Secretary Pradeep Vyas said no serious adverse reaction of the vaccine was reported in the state and added the inoculation drive will be conducted on Wednesday, too.

published on : 19th January 2021

Co-WIN glitch: Bengaluru hospital postpones Covishield vaccine drive

Though the government had promised to set right technical problems with the Co-WIN portal from Monday, issues with the software continued to affect the Covid vaccination drive.

published on : 19th January 2021

Reviewing situation before resuming COVID-19 vaccination: Maharashtra Health Minister

The Maharashtra government on Saturday evening announced suspension of the COVID-19 vaccination drive in the state till Monday owing to problems in the software application.

published on : 18th January 2021

Co-WIN App glitch: Kerala misses target by 39%, vaccinates only 8,062

The vaccination drive to combat Covid-19 began at 133 designated centres in the state on Saturday, marking the beginning of an effort to immunise more than three crore people.

published on : 17th January 2021
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