Everyone above the age of 18 is now eligible for Covid-19 vaccine. And the brutal that the second wave of Covid has been in the country, it is critical to get the vaccine as soon as possible. If you have got both the dosages of the Covid-19 vaccine it is important to keep proof of vaccination as it may be required for many things in the coming months like international travel and more. Covid-19 vaccination certificates are available to download once one has taken the vaccine.
This can be done on CoWin website or app as well as the Aarogya Setu app. Wondering how to go about it, follow our step-by-step guide:
Update Aarogya Setu app to its latest version available
Open the app and tap on the Cowin tab
Here, tap on Vaccination Certificate option
Enter your Beneficiary Reference ID and tap Get Certificate button
The Beneficiary Reference ID is provided at the time of registering for the vaccine
The certificate will be downloaded and saved in smartphone Do note that to use this method, users will need to register the Aarogya Setu app with the same number given during the vaccine registration. If you don’t have Aarogya Setu app registered with the same number or looking to download the certificate for someone else, then follow other two methods
How to download Covid-19 vaccination certificate using CoWin website
Visit ‘https://selfregistration.cowin.gov.in/vaccination-certificate’ using any web browser
Enter Beneficiary Reference ID and Hit Search button to download the certificate
How to download Covid-19 vaccination certificate using CoWin app Even though, CoWin app does not allow citizens to register for the vaccination, it offers the option to download vaccination certificate. To do this, simply open CoWin app, enter Beneficiary ID and search.
Those unable to download certificate via Arogyasetu or getting invalid beneficiary Id message should log on to selfregistration.cowin.gov.in using mobile number used at the time of taking vaccine and download certificate