This newly added feature allows recipients to correct their name, year of birth, gender, and other details on vaccination certificates
CoWIN registration for COVID-19 vaccine: Eligibility and how to register; all you need to know as Phase 2 drive kicks off
The Government of India is letting users add as many as three individuals using a single mobile number. Users can go to the ‘Account Details’ section click the ‘Add more’ tab
Aarogya Setu app developed by NIC with industry volunteers, says govt in response to CIC's RTI enquiry
The CIC had asked the NIC to explain why it does not have any information about the creation of the app.
'Aarogya Setu app developed by NIC, volunteers from industry and academia': Centre responds to CIC show cause notice
Doubts were raised about the use of app when it was launched in the absence of personal data protection law and alleged that it could lead to surveillance by the government
Allahabad University asks teachers, staff to work from home till 31 July, orders students, employees to download Aarogya Setu
The varsity has said its offices will work with skeletal staff, with unit heads deciding on who needs to be physically present at the university.
Health ministry allows home isolation for asymptomatic COVID-19 patients, bars elderly with comorbidities
According to the revised COVID-19 norms, the health ministry has made allowances for asymptomatic patients to quarantine at home as long as they have the requisite self-isolation facilities.
Google-Apple's COVID-19 exposure notification rolls out for users in India, not compatible with Aarogya Setu yet
The exposure notification will only be compatible with the health authority app and the Aarogya Setu app is not yet compatible with it.
Aarogya Setu not ‘open source’ in real sense, claim cybersecurity activists, say server code must be made public
Cybersecurity activists have termed the Indian government's claim of making the source code of Aarogya Setu app public as half-truth.
Panjab University exam 2020 to be held from July; varsity issues SOPs, asks staff to download Aarogya Setu app
Panjab University said that it will be conducting the term-end examinations from July, publishes SOPs to be followed by students and exam invigilators
On 21 May, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) made Aarogya Setu app a requirement if one wants to travel by air.
The guidelines lay down procedure on handling of data by various agencies involved in controlling spread of the pandemic.
Mandatory for all passengers availing special train services to download Aarogya Setu mobile app, says railways ministry
The Indian Railways, which had on Monday 'advised' the passengers availing the special trains that started operating on Tuesday to install the government's Aarogya Setu mobile application, has now made it 'mandatory' to do so.
Aarogya Setu: Whether we like it or not, the app is here to stay, but it’s still riddled with privacy issues that need strong answers
Privacy issues, data security, advantages of digital contact tracing, and other questions answered.
Coronavirus India Roundup, May 6: Total cases rise to 49,391, Maharashtra still worst-hit, more test positive in BSF
The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in India is 49,391. The infection has for far claimed 1,694 lives in India, and 14,182 patients have recovered.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Stranded Indians brought back by special flights will have to download 'Aarogya Setu' app, says MHA
The MHA official added that the passengers who land in the country on board the special flights will be screened and kept at paid quarantine facilities for 14 days.
Coronavirus India Roundup, May 2: Aarogya Setu compulsory for employees, working hours extended to 12 in some states
According to the Health Ministry’s latest press briefing, there are now 37,776 cumulative cases in the country, and 1,223 people have lost their lives.
Workers sign petition urging govt to issue advisory clarifying that 'Aarogya Setu' app isn't mandatory
While launched as a voluntary measure, the app was recently made compulsory for Prasar Bharti and Indian Army employees.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his address to the nation on Tuesday, encouraged people to use the Aarogya Setu app and promote it among others as well. Aarogya Setu is an app developed by the Ministry of Electronics and IT to help people identify the risk of contracting COVID-19.