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Registration for COVID-19 vaccination in Jaipur: complete guide

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March 4, 2021, 12:50 pm

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Registration and appointment for COVID-19 vaccination in Jaipur.

The second phase of coronavirus vaccination has begun in Jaipur for those above 60, and also for those above 45 with co-morbidities.

Beneficiaries can register through phone, or avail of on-site walk-in registrations. In both cases, certain identification documents like Aadhaar, PAN card, driving license, etc are required.

All major government dispensaries, clinics and hospitals in Jaipur are currently offering coronavirus vaccinations.

Walk-in vaccination appointment

Several beneficiaries have liked the hassle- free on-site registration process. 

There is no need to pre-register online if you intend to get vaccinated on the spot. One can walk in and get a jab after submitting identification documents at the centre. Prashant Sharma, a retired government employee said that he had gone to a government clinic in Gandhi Nagar and got vaccinated within an hour.

“I went to the clinic with an identity card, after the registration I got a jab. I was observed there for 30 minutes after the vaccination,” he said.

On-the-spot vaccination appointment

The beneficiaries who opt for self-registration would need to log in to and enter a mobile number. A one-time password (OTP) will be sent to the phone number, following which one need to fills about the choice of photo identification card that will be shown at time of vaccination, the identification number like Aadhaar card number, age and gender and if the person was suffering from any comorbidity

In the next stage, one has to click ‘Schedule Appointment’ in order to book appointment for vaccination. The second step will include choosing the district, state block following which the site will direct beneficiary to the list of vaccination centres. Select the nearest centre and conform your appointment.

Registration for second dose

After getting the first jab, the person inoculated will be given an appointment for the second dose which will be administrated after 29 days.

First published: March 4, 2021