Friday, May 27, 2022

Railway passengers can get great news! The hassle of negative report of RT-PCR will end

Train Travel news Update: There is news of work for railway passengers. If you are planning to travel by train, then you may not need any RT-PCR negative report. Because if you have taken the corona vaccine, then its certificate will be enough. The Ministry of Railways is considering a similar proposal, which can get approval for this month. 

No need for negative report of RT-PCR in train!

Those taking a dose of corona vaccine can now get rid of the hassle of negative RT-PCR report while traveling in the train. After taking the vaccine, you can verify your certificate on the Arogya Setu app, this facility started a few days ago on the Arogya Setu app. Provided that the mobile number of the Arogya app and the number given for the corona vaccine should be one. If you have taken the first dose of vaccine, then Aarogya Setu will show you partially vaccinated and if you have taken both the vaccines then you will show full vaccinated. 

Certificate will be proof in Arogya Setu App

This update of vaccination on Arogya Setu will be a proof in itself and you will be able to travel in trains without any hindrance. Railways will not demand any other documents or Kovid test results from you. Although this is only a suggestion right now, many states have given such suggestions to the Ministry of Railways. The Railway Ministry is yet to take a final decision on these suggestions. 

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Steps will be taken to promote vaccination

It is being told that in order to promote Kovid vaccination and to make domestic travel more and more safe, the central government may allow people who have got the Kovid vaccine to travel without any restrictions. This will also create confidence among the people about the corona vaccine. Sources say that by June 15, more clarification can come on this matter. 

Mistakes will be able to be corrected in the vaccination certificate

Here, the central government has given a big relief for those people whose date of birth, name or any other mistake has been made in their Kovid Vaccines Certificate, then they will be able to rectify it. For this, the government has added a new feature on the COWIN portal. Vikas Sheel, Additional Secretary, Union Health Ministry has given this information on Wednesday. With these easy steps, you will be able to rectify the mistakes.

Correction can be done through these steps

1. First of all go to http://cowin.gov.in

2. After this the person who got vaccinated will have to log in with the registered mobile number

3. Click on ‘Raise an issue’ option.

4. The option of correction in name, year of birth and gender will come. Correction can be done by ticking it

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