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All you need to know about the Covid-19 vaccine for people aged 18 and up.

Registration for Covid-19 Vaccine

Covid-19 vaccination registrations will begin on April 28 for those aged 18 to 44 years; registrations have already begun.

On April 28, the government set up a registry for COVID-19 vaccination for persons over the age of 18 on a variety of channels, including the CoWIN app, the CoWIN website, the Aarogya Setu App, and the Umang App. 

This is the official government website for the drive. People aged 18 to 44 must register and schedule appointments online, according to the government.

The payment scheme for people aged 18 to 44 years will be announced by the states. The majority of states have declared that it will be available for free at government offices. 

At private vaccination centers, however, the cost is determined by the private hospitals, and the value of each vaccine can be seen at the time of booking. 

The Centre had opened immunization for anyone over the age of 18 from May 1 due to the enormous increase in Covid cases across the nation, Vaccine registration was previously restricted to those over the age of 45. The vaccine registration portal for people aged 18 to 44 years old is now available.

The government site crashed as millions tried to register. The users were unable to enroll in the COVID vaccine programme. 

A slight hiccup occurred. The server was experiencing problems due to the fact that more than 1 crore people were attempting to register.

The page is currently loading properly, but users are experiencing delays in receiving their OTPs, preventing them from logging in. This is due to the high volume of traffic that the website receives as a result of the high demand for these vaccines.

As the second wave of coronavirus sweeps the nation, attempts to immunize as many people as possible have been stepped up. 

Over 1 crore doses are still available with states and UTs, and over 20 lakh more doses will be delivered in the next three days. 

However several states, including Maharashtra, Punjab, Gujarat, and Andhra Pradesh, have reported that they do not have enough vaccine doses.


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