Children and adolescents from 15 years to 18 years of age will be able to register for the vaccine from January 1

New Delhi | Corona Vaccination For Children: Amidst the ever-increasing threat of Omicron, the campaign is starting from January 3 to give doses of corona vaccine to children and adolescents from the age of 15 to 18 years. For this, the process of registration of children will start from January 1. This registration can be done on the Kovin app just like adults and elderly people.

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Registration will be like this
Corona Vaccination For Children: Children and adolescents from the age of 15 years to 18 years will have to be registered on the CoWin App to get the dose of Corona Vaccine. After that they will get the slot. During the slot on the Kovin app, the children will be asked for their Aadhar card number. Or else the school ID card of the children will have to be uploaded on the Kovin app as their age proof. After this, the children will have to choose the vaccine to be administered. One vaccine has to be chosen between Covaxin and Zydus Cadila’s vaccine.

Himachal Pradesh Corona Vaccine :

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Let us tell you that in view of the fears of third wave of corona and increasing cases of Omicron, PM Narendra Modi announced on 25 December that corona vaccine will be available for children from 3 January. In which vaccination campaign will be started for adolescents between the age of 15 to 18 years.

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