Covid 19 vaccine Registrations for 18+ in India


Covid Vaccination registration for 18+ aged people are open from 28-Apr-2021.

Currently India is one of the largest affected country for covid-19 in the world. There are many reasons for the spread of the covid-19. Currently India is facing 2nd wave of covid-19 and fighting againt the same. India as a diversified country will be coming out of this pressing situtation sooner.

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Government of India (GOI) is taking several steps to vaccinate the Indian population. As a part of the same, GOI has already allowed people who work for frontline workers, health workers and people above age 45 to be vaccinated against covid-19. There are 2 types of vaccines are allowed already:

  1. Covaxine
  2. Covishield
  3. Sputnik (Russian Vaccine, Plan to be Imported from May 2021)

People aged 45+ are already vacinated at a good numbers with the above mentioned vaccinations. 

So now GOI has announced people aged 18+ are allowed to vaccinate from May 1 2021. If someone wish to vaccinate and aged above 18+, then the person needs to register, schedule and then vaccinate. The registration opens from 28-Apr-2021 16:00 IST.

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Steps to get covid 19 vaccination for 18+ in India are:

  • Login to
  • Click Register/Sign In yourself from top right corner
  • Enter your mobile number and click GET OTP. You can also register using AarogyaSetu and Umang also.
  • Enter your OTP received in your mobile number and click VERIFY
  • Select the Photo ID Proof (Aadhaar Card/Driving License/PAN Card/Passport/Pension Passbook)
  • Enter the relevant Photo ID Number
  • Enter the Name as per the Photo ID
  • Select the Gender (Male/Female/Others)
  • Enter your Year of Birth in the format of xxxx

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The Serum Institute of India has priced Covishield vaccine at ₹400 per dose for states and ₹600 per dose for private hospitals, Bharat Biotech has decided to sell its Covaxin at ₹600 per dose to states and ₹1,200 per dose to private hospitals. The Centre, however, has asked the drug makers to lower their prices. Apart from Serum Institute of India's Covishield and Bharat Biotech's Covaxin, Russia's Sputnik will soon be used, the government said.

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