corona vaccine registration has to be done, find out what the whole process.

Corona vaccine registration has to be done, find out what the whole process.



 The Union Ministry of Health said that vaccination of Kovid-19 would depend on the individual's will and the vaccine available in India would be as effective as the vaccine developed in other countries.
 

 New Delhi: The country is gearing up for the corona vaccine.  Regarding the vaccine, the Union Ministry of Health said that registration would be mandatory for corona vaccination.  After registration, information will be given on the session site i.e. where the vaccine will be given and when it will be given.  The medium of registration will be online.  The beneficiary will then receive a message on the registered mobile number informing about the time, place and date of vaccination.

 Which documents will be valid

 
Documents like driving license, PAN card, voting card, Aadhar card, MNREGA job card, passport, pension document and service identity card issued by the state-center etc. will be valid for the vaccine.  "People are advised to rest for half an hour at the vaccination center before taking the vaccine," the ministry said.

 
The Union Ministry of Health said that vaccination of Kovid-19 would depend on the individual's will and the vaccine available in India would be as effective as the vaccine developed in other countries.  The ministry said people who have been infected with Covid-19 in the past are also advised to get vaccinated against the corona virus as it will build up a strong immune system against the disease.  The body develops a protective layer of antibodies two weeks after taking the second dose, the ministry said.


 
A trial of six vaccines of Kovid-19 is underway in India.  In collaboration with ICMR, a vaccine developed by Biotech in India, Zydus Cadila, Genova, Oxford vaccine is being tested.

To get the corona vaccine registration has to be done, find out what the whole process is


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