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Check COVID Precaution (Booster) Dose eligibility in India 2022

The Indian government is about to start administrating the precaution (booster) dose or the 3rd dose of the COVID-19 vaccine from 10th December.

Persons who are eligible for booster dose can check their eligibility on the Cowin website.


In this article, you will get to know the following points about the COVID vaccine Precaution (Booster) dose in India,

  1. Steps to check eligibility
  2. Who are eligible

Let’s see each of these points in detail…

Steps to check COVID Precaution (booster) dose eligibility

To check your eligibility for a booster dose in India,

Step 1: Go to the official webite

cowin website
Cowin Website
  1. Open the CoWIN website at
  2. Click on Register/Sign in.
  3. A new page will open.

(Direct link to the page)

Step 2: Sign in on the portal

cowin portal signin
Cowin portal signin
  1. Enter your mobile number used during taking the previous vaccines.
  2. Click on Get OTP.
  3. An OTP should arrive on your phone.
  4. Enter the OTP in the specified filed.
  5. Click Verify.


Step 3: Check booster (precaution) dose eligibility

booster dose eligibility
  1. In case you are eligible, a “precaution dose” section will be displayed on the screen.
  2. You can schedule the precaution dose after about 9 months from the date on which the 2nd dose was taken.

By following these steps, you can easily check if you are eligible for the 3rd dose or booster dose of the COVID vaccine in India.

Who are eligible to get a booster dose in India

People who are eligible for precaution (booster) dose includes,

  1. Frontline workers.
  2. Healthcare workers.
  3. Citizens above the age of 60 with comorbidity.

Senior citizens with comorbidity are advised to consult with their doctors about taking the booster (3rd) dose of the COVID vaccine by the government.


FAQs regarding precaution (booster) dose eligibility

Who are eligible for a booster dose in India?

Frontline workers, healthcare workers, people above the age of 60 with comorbidity are eligible for a booster dose in India.

What should be the gap between the 2nd and 3rd doses of the Covid vaccine in India?

The Health Ministry of the Indian government has mentioned that there must be a gap of about 9 months or 37 weeks between the 2nd and 3rd doses of the Covid vaccine.

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*The information provided in the article is for educational purposes only and may contain human errors.