Booking for the Booster dose of the COVID vaccine can be made directly or online

Bookings for the BOOSTER dose of Covid vaccine can be made directly or online.

 

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Booking for a Booster dose of the COVID vaccine can be made directly or online.

 

Those who are eligible for a ‘precaution dose’ of Covid vaccinations can schedule an appointment online starting Saturday evening. There would, however, be no requirement for such beneficiaries to be re-registered. According to the Ministry of Health

“Those who have received two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine can make an appointment or walk-in to any Covid-19 Vaccination Centre,” according to an official.

 

Who is eligible for a BOOSTER dose?

Health and frontline workers, and those above 60 years of age with co-morbidities will be eligible to get the ‘precaution dose’ or booster shot. Union Health Ministry had earlier said that the senior citizens with co-morbidities will not be required to produce a doctor’s certificate or prescription at the time of administration of precaution dose However, precaution dose will be administered with a gap of nine months after the second dose.

The government has already stated that the ‘precaution dose’ will be the same as the first and second doses of the vaccine. Those who received Covaxin will continue to receive Covaxin, and those who received Covishield will continue to receive Covishield.

 

Why is a booster dose of vaccine required?

The COVID-19 vaccinations are still effective at decreasing the risk of severe disease, hospitalization, and death, but the CDC has discovered that their protection against mild to moderate disease diminishes with time. A booster injection, according to studies, not only extends immunity but also helps to widen and improve your immune response, especially against variations like omicron.

 

When should I take a booster shot?

The time between the second and third doses of the COVID-19 vaccine referred to known as a “precaution dosage,” is expected to be 9 to 12 months for both Covisheild and Covaxin vaccinations.

 

How to book a booster dose?

FOR Booking for a Booster dose, login to the portal https://www.cowin.gov.in using the phone number of the person who has already received 2 doses of the vaccine.

  • Click on the ‘schedule precaution dose’ tab

Centre and time can be booked there.

With the administration of more than 90 lakh vaccine doses in the last 24 hours, India’s Covid-19 vaccination coverage has exceeded 150.61 crores till 7 am on Saturday.

 

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