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Who is eligible for this vaccination?

As per the Government of India guidelines, the vaccination drive has taken place in phases. From 1st May 2020, people above 18 can make their online registration for the Covid vaccine. All people who are above the age of 18 years and have recovered from Covid-19 at least 4-8 weeks prior are eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine.
You should not take the vaccine if you are currently undergoing Covid treatment, or pregnant or lactating, or if you have a history of allergic reaction or anaphylaxis to vaccines or injections or have any bleeding disorders. People who are hospitalized for the treatment of any disease should temporarily avoid taking the Covid-19 vaccination.

How to book an appointment for the Covid-19 vaccination?

It is compulsory to register on the COWIN website to take a vaccination. Here is how you can do the COVID-19 vaccination registration.
Step 1: The first step is to visit the Covid vaccine registration website and register yourself.
Step 2: You will have to register using your mobile number, date of birth, Aadhar card number/PAN Card/Passport/Voter ID. You can make COVID-19 vaccination registration for up to 4 people on one mobile number.
Step 3: Next, you have to enter the location for the Covid-19 vaccine. You can choose your nearest NH Assurance centre for vaccination.
Step 4: Confirm your slot. You will be vaccinated soon!

Faqicon Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is it safe to take the vaccine if I have heart disease?add
    Yes, it is absolutely safe to take the Covid-19 vaccine even if you have heart disease. If you are on any specific medication for the same, kindly check with your doctor prior to taking the vaccine and inform the name of the medicines to your vaccinator.
  • When can I take the vaccine if I have been tested Covid positive?add
    If you have been tested Covid positive, you should wait for at least 4-8 weeks after the symptoms stop showing, to get vaccinated.
  • Does the covid vaccine have any side effects?add
    After getting vaccinated, you might experience headaches, mild fever, swelling or pain at the site of injection, or irritability for a few days.
  • Is it necessary to take the vaccine if I have recovered from Covid?add
    Yes, even if you have recovered from Covid, you can get the virus again and can also spread it to others. Therefore, it is necessary that you take both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.
  • Do I need to follow any precautions after getting vaccinated?add
    Yes, you have to follow all the COVID precautions even after getting the vaccine. Please wear a mask, wash your hands at regular intervals, sanitize your surroundings, and maintain a physical distance of at least 6 feet when you step outside.
  • What should I do if I feel discomfort after taking the vaccine?add
    You may experience some side effects after taking the vaccine. However, if you feel any discomfort, you should visit your nearest health facility or contact the health care worker’s number provided in the SMS that you receive after getting vaccinated.
  • Can I consume alcohol after taking the vaccine?add
    Yes, it is safe to consume alcohol after receiving the vaccine.
  • When will my body get immune after receiving the vaccine?add
    It is believed that immune response will develop 2-3 weeks after you take the second dose of the vaccine.
  • Will I get a certificate after receiving the vaccine?add
    Yes, after the first dose you will get a provisional certificate. A digital certificate will be provided after you receive the second dose.
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If you are an hospital or organization giving Covid19 vaccine, please contact NHCircle for Vaccination Mangament Solution.

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