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Corona Vaccine guidelines - Vaccines Will Be Given Only To Pre registered People On Priority Basis, Monitoring Will Last For 30 Minutes

Corona Vaccine guidelines - Vaccines Will Be Given Only To Pre registered People On Priority Basis, Monitoring Will Last For 30 Minutes

100 to 200 people will be vaccinated in one session every day. Monitoring will be done for 30 minutes after vaccination to see if there are any side effects of this vaccine. According to the guideline, vaccination will be given only to those who have been registered in advance on priority basis.


Corona Vaccine guidelines


Covid19 Vaccine guidelines


According to the guideline, registered people will be tracked through the Covid Vaccine Intelligence Network system Covin and at the same time real-time information of anti-corona virus vaccine will be obtained.

Only those who have been registered in advance will be vaccinated. No on-site vaccination is provided.

States have been asked to allocate vaccines from a single vaccine manufacturer in a district so that different types of covid vaccines cannot be mixed in the field.

Arrangements will be made to protect the vehicle carrying the vaccine, vaccine vial and ice pack from direct sunlight.

The vaccine may not be voile monitors and may not have a date of expiration written on the vial. Of course this should not have any adverse effect on vaccination.

After the completion of the vaccination session, all unopened vaccine vials will be kept in ice packs and taken to the distributing cold chain point.

Covid19 Vaccine guidelines


Initially only 100 people will be vaccinated in each vaccination session. This number could be increased to 200 if the availability and availability of vaccines is improved.

The covid vaccine will first be given to healthcare workers, frontline workers and people over the age of 50, as well as to people over the age of 50 who are already suffering from a serious illness. In addition the rest will be vaccinated according to the transition and the availability of the vaccine.

Vaccines will also be distributed to those aged 50 to 60 years and over 60 years. He will be vaccinated in phases. The latest Lok Sabha and Assembly election lists will be used to identify people above 50 years of age or older.

It is planned to vaccinate 300 million people under the first phase.

12 types of photo identification documents will be used for registration on the Covid19 website. These include voter ID cards, Aadhaar, driving licenses, passports and pension documents.

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The required points in the guideline published for corona virus vaccination are as follows

- About 100 to 200 people will be vaccinated every day during each session

- The person concerned will be monitored for 30 minutes after vaccination

- A total of five members will be involved in the vaccination team

- One more session can be arranged if the vaccination site has adequate facilities and a waiting room.

- The Covid Vaccine Intelligence Network (Co-Win) system is a digital platform, which will be used to obtain information from registered beneficiaries for vaccination.

- 12 photo identification cards including election card, Aadhaar card, driving license, passport and pension document will be used for self-registration on Co-Win website.

- Only pre-registered people will be vaccinated at the place where the vaccination will take place. There will be no arrangement for on-spot registration.

-The vaccine bottle will be protected from the sun's rays.

- The vaccine bottle must be opened upon arrival of the person for vaccination.

- All unused vaccines with ice packs after the session must be sent to distribution cold chain locations.

- First health workers, first front workers and people over the age of 50 will be vaccinated.

- People under the age of 50 suffering from serious diseases and the rest of the population will be vaccinated at the end depending on the epidemic status and availability of vaccines.

- About 30 crore population will be vaccinated under the first phase of vaccination.

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