Process to Register for Vaccination on UMANG App for 18-44 Age-group

Indian government has announced that all citizens above the age of 18 years can get vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus from May 1. Interested people can register for vaccination using the CoWIN portal or the Aarogya Setu app or the UMANG app.

After successful registration, the government will provide registered users with appointments at state government and private centres, depending on how many vaccination centres are ready on the due date.

Note, it is mandatory for people in the 18-44 age group to register as no walk-ins will be allowed initially. This is being done to avoid chaos at the immunisation centres once the inoculations drive opens up.

Here we will be taking a look at how you can register for getting vaccinated against COVID-19 using the UMANG app. However, before we start take note that currently, two COVID vaccines are being administered in the country Covaxin and Covishield.

How to register for the COVID-19 vaccine on the UMANG app

  • Open the UMANG app and tap on the Health tab. There you need to select the ‘CoWIN‘ option.
  • Tap on the ‘Register or Login For Vaccination’ option.
  • Enter your mobile number and click submit.
  • Enter the OTP you received on your mobile number and tap the ‘Verify OTP’ option.
  • Upload a Photo ID Proof and type in your name, Photo ID number, year of birth and gender. Then tap submit.
  • After this, you will get a pop-up stating beneficiary added, tap on ok.
  • On the new page, you will see an option to add up to four more beneficiaries, by tapping the ‘Add More’ button.
  • After adding all beneficiaries, you need to select all the beneficiaries and click on the ‘Schedule Appointment’ option.
  • Search your Pincode and then select the date and vaccine.
  • Now you will get a list of inoculation centres where you can get vaccinated.
  • Tap on the view time slots option on your preferred centre.
  • Select the time slot and tap confirm…Read more>>

Source:-techiyogiz

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