The digital healthcare platform PharmEasy has launched the COVID-19 vaccination drive in India with an aim to vaccinate over 3 crore people via camps and vaccine centres. Individuals, companies, RWAs and old Age homes can also register for vaccines that will be administered.
Given the current situation of soaring cases, the Government of India has invited the participation of private companies to accelerate vaccination across the country. From 1st May 2021, wherein all legal adults (above the age of 18) will be eligible to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
PharmEasy had also extended its support in furthering the demand of Teeka Utsav the four-day mass vaccination programme for COVID-19 which was conducted from April 11, 2021 to April 14, 2021. Leveraging its presence across India, with over 80,000 partner retailers, 5,000 doctors and a state-of-the-art pharma supply chain facility enabling last-mile delivery of cold chain products, the company aims to vaccinate over 3 crore families via 5,000 partner centres, pan-India in the next few quarters.
PharmEasy will release the timelines for the start of the vaccination drive. As soon as the doses of the vaccine are available, the company will reach out to registered individuals and assist them with vaccination slots at camps set-up in their vicinity.
Interested individuals and large corporates can register for the vaccine using the following link:
- You will need to provide the relevant details and use the registration link to be eligible to get the vaccination through Pharmeasy camps
- As soon as Pharmeasy starts receiving the vaccine supplies, it will contact all the registered companies and individuals with the necessary information on location, timings and pricing
- Registrations does not guarantee individuals an immediate slot. Vaccines will be provided as per availability and in line with the GOI guidelines which will be released soon
- The brand of vaccine being administered will depend on the availability
- The price of each dose of vaccine will be in tune with what the manufacturers decide
- At each vaccination centre, there will be a waiting room for the beneficiary, a room where the vaccine will be administered and an observation room where the vaccinated person will have to wait for about 30 minutes