Warning of these connections, Minister of State for Education, Communication, Electronics and IT, Indian government, Sanjay Dhotre shared a post on Twitter. “BE CAREFUL! There are many web links shared on social media that claim to ensure #CovidVaccine. Please do not click on such links from unauthorized sources!” He wrote on Twitter.
⚠️ #BEWARE! There are many web links shared on social media that claim to ensure #CovidVaccine. Please not … https://t.co/wWx81431NC
– Sanjay Dhotre (@SanjayDhotreMP) 1620055438000
Registration for the coronavirus vaccine in the country can only be done through official government sources. You can either go Cowin Website or use Aarogya Setu / UMANG Apps to register for the vaccine. Users can register on these government portals using their mobile phone numbers. When booking an appointment, they must keep a government ID like one Aadhaar Card and PAN Card handy. A user can book appointments for up to 4 people under one mobile phone number.
Recently, the government set up a facility to locate the vaccine center through their MyGovCorona help desk on WhatsApp. You just have to enter ‘Namaste’ at 9013151515 on WhatsApp. The chatbot generates an automatic response. To find the nearest Covid vaccination center, you have to enter the six-digit number PEN Code.