New Delhi: Relieving people eagerly waiting for the COVID-19 vaccine, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced this week that the central government would bear the cost of vaccinating around three crore healthcare and frontline workers in the first round. .
As the world’s largest immunization practice, starting on January 16, it will also be very important that people have their mobile number connected base.
The Prime Minister had said that the most important factor in this vaccination campaign is the identification and monitoring of those who need to be vaccinated.
For this, co-win digital platform has been created, Modi said that beneficiaries will be identified Help base And a second dose will also be ensured on time for them. After a person receives their first dose of vaccination, Co-Win will immediately produce a digital vaccination certificate. This certificate will also serve as a reminder for the second dose, after which a final certificate will be given.
All important information related to vaccination will be sent to Aadhaar users on the registered mobile number.
The Aadhaar card is one of the most important documents that can be used for many useful purposes. In the backdrop of the Kovid-19 epidemic, the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), the Aadhaar issuing body, has announced a major update that people can now change their Aadhaar details from the comfort of their homes. They can do this online, without any Aadhaar center.
However, for some other features mentioned by UIDAI, you will have to visit the Aadhaar center and get the changes made. Linking your mobile number to Aadhaar is an activity that requires you to visit the Aadhaar office. If you have not registered your mobile number while enrolling for Aadhaar, you will need to visit a permanent enrollment center to get it registered.
To link your mobile, you will not only need a self attested copy of your Aadhaar card and any other documents like address proof or identity proof.