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Anyone can now use Whatsapp to get their ‘Covid Vaccination Certificate’

Good news for those planning to travel abroad, now you can download your vaccination certificate through WhatsApp also. Till now people were facing a lot of difficulties getting the vaccination certificate, many people also complained that they’re unable to download the certificate from Arogya Setu and Cowin portal.

Although, in order to address this issue, the Indian government has now teamed with WhatsApp, a popular social messaging network as it is critical to obtain a vaccination certificate before traveling to any country. Getting the Vaccination certificate from MyGov Corona Helpdesk WhatsApp Chatbot is very simple, let me tell you that the Government of India took the decision to launch this help desk chatbox only last year when the coronavirus pandemic hit the country.

Steps to follow to download Covid Vaccination Certificate:

Step 1: First of all save the WhatsApp number +91 9013151515 of MyGov Corona Helpdesk on your device.

Step 2: After this, open the WhatsApp app installed on your mobile and search for the particular contact number in the chat list.

Step 3: And open that number on your WhatsApp account and type ‘Download certificate’ in the chatbox box.

Step 4: Once you type ‘Download Certificate’ in the chatbox, the WhatsApp chatbot will send a six-digit OTP to your registered mobile number.

Step 5: Check the OTP sent on the mobile and enter it.

Step 6: When you insert your OTP into the chatbox, the chatbot will deliver your COVID-19 vaccination certificate to your WhatsApp profile, which you may then download. However, if even after following all these steps, if the chatbot server shows an error, then you can simply visit the official CoWIN portal or install Aarogya Setu on your phone to download the COVID vaccination certificate. Hope this article is helpful for you, do follow these steps above and enjoy your holidays by following all the Covid19 norms.

Riya

Riya is a technology enthusiast and an avid researcher. She writes about consumer tech, hacking, and technology consumer issues at TheDigitalHacker.
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