States that register CVCs, plan sessions, create a list of second doses, and prepare COWIN 2.0 to provide access to citizens
India is preparing to begin the second phase of COVID-19 vaccination on March 1, so the Ministry of Health will target people over the age of 60 and people over the age of 45 with certain comorbidities. Is an updated version of the COWIN app.
According to the guidance document, the COWIN system will be migrated to version 2.0 from February 27th. The system will run in test mode on the weekend of February 27-28. This period will be used to register the CVC, plan and create sessions, fill in the due date list for the second dose, and prepare the system to provide access to the public.
COWIN2.0 is reported to be based on feedback received during Phase 1 of the COVID-19 Vaccination Drive, and these updates will “enhance and simplify” the vaccination registration process. Is expected.
Approximately 10,000 private hospitals under Ayushman Bharat PMJAY and more than 600 private hospitals under the central government health scheme will be used in the second phase, with other private hospitals under the state government. The health insurance system can also participate as the COVID-19 Vaccination Center (CVC).
As part of the first phase, which began on 16 January, 1,43,01,266 vaccinations were given through 2,92,312 sessions. These include 66,69,985 health care workers (first dose), 24,56,191 health care workers (second dose), and 51,75,090, according to data from the Ministry of Public Health on the morning of February 28. FLW (first dose) is included.
Incidents continue to surge in six states
Meanwhile, the six states of Maharashtra, Kerala, Punjab, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat have continued to report a surge in new cases over the past 24 hours, accounting for 86.37% of new cases.
16,752 new cases have been registered in the last 24 hours. Maharashtra continues to report the best new cases daily at 8,623. Subsequently, Kerala reported 3,792 new cases and Punjab reported 593 new cases.
High-level interdisciplinary central teams are rushing to these states / UTs to find out the reasons for the surge and to coordinate COVID-19 management and containment measures with the State Health Department.
No vaccinations on weekends as the state is preparing for the second phase
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