Coronavirus news updates: CoWin glitches cause crowding in Mumbai, delays in Goa; Rajnath, RS Prasad, Vardhan get shots
RS Sharma, chairman of the Empowered Group (EG) on COVID-19 Vaccine Administration, said there were no glitches in the system and that citizens can register for their vaccine by using the Co-WIN 2.0 web portal or Aarogya Setu app
Coronavirus News Updates: Glitches, OTP delays reported on Day 1 of vaccine rollout; President Kovind, PM, Amit Shah take first dose of Covaxin
Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: India launched phase 3 of its Covid-19 vaccination drive on Monday benefiting everyone above the age of 60 and those within the age bracket of 45-59 with comorbidities to get vaccinated
Phase 2 of COVID-19 vaccination drive: Narendra Modi takes first dose of Covaxin; CoWin glitches, delays mark rollout
India's coronavirus case count went past 1.11 crore on Monday with 15,510 new infections, while the active cases registered an increase for the fifth consecutive day
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
Glitches in CoWin 2.0 hold up vaccination; Centre must upgrade app capacity to meet demand, say experts
There is confusion among citizens who are trying to register via the CoWin integration within Aarogya Setu app. According to the health ministry, there is no CoWin app registration for beneficiaries, only for administrators. Regular beneficiaries have to go via the self registration web portal mentioned above.
A critical component to the nationwide vaccination drive, the CoWIN app suffered from initial hiccups, causing delays and denial of service in many parts of the country
CoWIN to auto-disable syringes: Centre to launch COVID-19 vaccination drive from 16 January; all you need to know
More than 61,000 programme managers, two lakh vaccinators, and 3.7 lakh other vaccination team members have been trained so far as part of training at states, districts, and block levels
Centre will bear expenses for first-phase vaccination of 3 crore frontline workers, says Narendra Modi
Modi said that vaccine beneficiaries will be identified and tracked with the help of Aadhaar and the Centre's monitoring app, CoWIN
The CoWIN app is currently in its pre-production stage and hasn't gone live on Google play store or any other App store.