Corona Booster Dose: No new registration needed, go straight to get vaccinated. 1 News Track English


Corona Booster Dose: The government has clarified that people above the age of sixty years are authorized to take ‘booster’ dose to prevent infection of the Omicron variant in the third wave of corona. People do not need any new registration.

Those eligible to receive the ‘Corona Vaccine Precautionary Dose’ (booster) of the Kovid vaccines can book an appointment online from Saturday evening. The Health Ministry said on Friday that there would be no need for fresh registration of such beneficiaries. A Health Ministry official has said that those who have taken two doses of the Kovid-19 vaccine. They can directly make an appointment or visit any Covid-19 vaccination center to get a booster dose.

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Precautionary Dose India will start from January 10

Precautionary doses of Kovid vaccines are starting from January 10. Health workers and frontline workers and people over the age of 60 with co-morbidities can receive a ‘precautionary dose’ or booster shot. Experts have told the need to be very cautious in the third wave of Kovid as it has been seen that the Omicron variant is not catching in the rapid test.

It is clear from the new guidelines on COVID that the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has issued on Friday that those who wish to register for a booster or ‘precautionary dose’ of the Kovid-19 vaccine, need to register afresh on the Coin portal. is not needed. He can get vaccinated directly by going to the vaccination center or can make an appointment to get vaccinated.

The government intends to protect people from the third booster dose as soon as possible because the third wave and the Omicron variant of Kovid can be dangerous for those who are already suffering from serious diseases. So far, two deaths from the Omicron variant have been reported in the country and both were already suffering from serious diseases.

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