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"Appointments at State Govt centers & Private centers depending on how many vaccination centers are ready on 1st May for Vaccination of 18 plus".

While those aged18to 44 years will be eligible to receive vaccination on payment from any of the private COVID vaccination centres (CVCs), citizens below 45 years shall also be eligible to receive a jab from a government CVC in a state or Union Territory which decides to lower the minimum cut off age for eligibility. They would be free to supply the remaining 50 per cent doses to state governments and in the open market.

Teachers who wait to get vaccinated after the school year ends will be allowed to return only when clinical trials on the vaccine are completed, assuming a position at the school is still available. Instead, perspective vaccine recipients above the age of 18 will have to register on the Aarogya Setu app or CoWIN to get the COVID-19 vaccine in India. The registration will be done with the help of mobile number. On this page, there will be an option to choose one photo ID proof.

When the time comes, and you get that text, book an appointment to get your vaccine it is the best protection you and your loved ones will receive from this deadly virus, he said.

Select your preferred vaccination centre, date and time and "Confirm".

In this phase, Centre has also allowed states, private hospitals and industrial establishments to procure the vaccine doses directly from manufacturers.

-On the Aarogya Setu app homepage, go to the "CoWIN" tab.

India has been using two vaccines - Covishield, produced by the Pune-based Serum Institute of India, and Covaxin, manufactured by Bharat Biotech - to inoculate people.

-Enter the OTP and again select "proceed to verify". If the mobile number used to register on CoWIN is different from the number used in Aarogya Setu and/or DigiLocker, you'll need to validate it to get your certificate.

You can also search for a vaccine centre by selecting your state and district.

With the second wave of COVID-19 ravaging India, quick vaccination for the majority of the population is the only way out of this situation.