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As on : 14 May 2021, 08:00 IST (GMT+5:30)


17,92,98,584 Total Vaccination Doses
20,27,162 Vaccination Doses Day Before

(COVID-19) Testing Status up to May 13, 2021

31,13,24,100 TOTAL SAMPLES TESTED UP TO May 13, 2021
18,75,515 SAMPLES TESTED ON May 13, 2021

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Total Cases
Andaman and Nicobar 6,510
Confirmed 6,510
Active 214
Discharged 6,213
Deaths 83
Vaccination 1,13,446
Andhra Pradesh 13,66,785
Confirmed 13,66,785
Active 2,01,042
Discharged 11,56,666
Deaths 9,077
Vaccination 74,13,446
Arunachal Pradesh 21,110
Confirmed 21,110
Active 2,167
Discharged 18,871
Deaths 72
Vaccination 2,91,703
Assam 3,15,554
Confirmed 3,15,554
Active 43,491
Discharged 2,70,079
Deaths 1,984
Vaccination 32,58,291
Bihar 6,30,185
Confirmed 6,30,185
Active 96,278
Discharged 5,30,314
Deaths 3,593
Vaccination 84,12,634
Chandigarh 53,393
Confirmed 53,393
Active 8,441
Discharged 44,343
Deaths 609
Vaccination 2,69,028
Chhattisgarh 8,92,331
Confirmed 8,92,331
Active 1,19,450
Discharged 7,61,592
Deaths 11,289
Vaccination 59,82,055
Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu 9,257
Confirmed 9,257
Active 1,056
Discharged 8,197
Deaths 4
Vaccination 1,08,831
Delhi 13,72,475
Confirmed 13,72,475
Active 77,717
Discharged 12,74,140
Deaths 20,618
Vaccination 43,67,398
Goa 1,30,130
Confirmed 1,30,130
Active 32,953
Discharged 95,240
Deaths 1,937
Vaccination 4,16,818
Gujarat 7,25,353
Confirmed 7,25,353
Active 1,22,847
Discharged 5,93,666
Deaths 8,840
Vaccination 1,47,60,705
Haryana 6,65,028
Confirmed 6,65,028
Active 1,03,140
Discharged 5,55,650
Deaths 6,238
Vaccination 47,00,161
Himachal Pradesh 1,50,673
Confirmed 1,50,673
Active 40,008
Discharged 1,08,534
Deaths 2,131
Vaccination 21,39,633
Jammu and Kashmir 2,33,763
Confirmed 2,33,763
Active 52,848
Discharged 1,77,948
Deaths 2,967
Vaccination 27,75,752
Jharkhand 3,06,248
Confirmed 3,06,248
Active 48,468
Discharged 2,53,490
Deaths 4,290
Vaccination 33,94,495
Karnataka 20,88,488
Confirmed 20,88,488
Active 5,93,098
Discharged 14,74,678
Deaths 20,712
Vaccination 1,09,94,304
Kerala 20,50,889
Confirmed 20,50,889
Active 4,39,268
Discharged 16,05,471
Deaths 6,150
Vaccination 81,81,551
Ladakh 15,916
Confirmed 15,916
Active 1,547
Discharged 14,208
Deaths 161
Vaccination 1,22,440
Lakshadweep 4,395
Confirmed 4,395
Active 1,092
Discharged 3,290
Deaths 13
Vaccination 27,039
Madhya Pradesh 7,08,621
Confirmed 7,08,621
Active 1,08,116
Discharged 5,93,752
Deaths 6,753
Vaccination 89,63,028
Maharashtra 52,69,292
Confirmed 52,69,292
Active 5,35,704
Discharged 46,54,731
Deaths 78,857
Vaccination 1,93,12,943
Manipur 37,596
Confirmed 37,596
Active 5,569
Discharged 31,491
Deaths 536
Vaccination 3,63,556
Meghalaya 21,576
Confirmed 21,576
Active 3,726
Discharged 17,582
Deaths 268
Vaccination 3,84,839
Mizoram 8,377
Confirmed 8,377
Active 2,150
Discharged 6,204
Deaths 23
Vaccination 2,87,535
Nagaland 17,256
Confirmed 17,256
Active 3,551
Discharged 13,528
Deaths 177
Vaccination 2,31,203
Odisha 5,76,297
Confirmed 5,76,297
Active 91,701
Discharged 4,82,345
Deaths 2,251
Vaccination 64,97,240
Puducherry 78,973
Confirmed 78,973
Active 16,568
Discharged 61,336
Deaths 1,069
Vaccination 2,26,096
Punjab 4,75,949
Confirmed 4,75,949
Active 79,950
Discharged 3,84,702
Deaths 11,297
Vaccination 41,08,184
Rajasthan 8,21,525
Confirmed 8,21,525
Active 2,11,889
Discharged 6,03,319
Deaths 6,317
Vaccination 1,47,98,914
Sikkim 10,623
Confirmed 10,623
Active 2,946
Discharged 7,485
Deaths 192
Vaccination 2,23,712
Tamil Nadu 14,99,485
Confirmed 14,99,485
Active 1,83,772
Discharged 12,98,945
Deaths 16,768
Vaccination 68,22,834
Telengana 5,16,404
Confirmed 5,16,404
Active 56,917
Discharged 4,56,620
Deaths 2,867
Vaccination 0
Tripura 39,606
Confirmed 39,606
Active 4,034
Discharged 35,146
Deaths 426
Vaccination 14,42,279
Uttar Pradesh 15,80,980
Confirmed 15,80,980
Active 2,04,658
Discharged 13,59,676
Deaths 16,646
Vaccination 1,43,93,696
Uttarakhand 2,71,810
Confirmed 2,71,810
Active 78,304
Discharged 1,89,261
Deaths 4,245
Vaccination 25,38,983
West Bengal 10,73,956
Confirmed 10,73,956
Active 1,30,213
Discharged 9,30,886
Deaths 12,857
Vaccination 1,24,57,568

COVID-19 Statewise Vaccine

COVID-19 Statewise Status

Helpline No.

National Helpline Numbers: 011-23978046, 1075 (Toll Free)

  • Andaman and Nicobar : 03192-232102
  • Andhra Pradesh : 104, 8297104104
  • Arunachal Pradesh : 104, 0360-2292777, 0360-2292774, 0360-2292775
  • Assam : 104
  • Bihar : 104
  • Chandigarh : 9779558282
  • Chhattisgarh : 104, 0771-2235091
  • Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu : 104
  • Delhi : 011-22307145, 1800-111-747, 8800007722
  • Goa : 104
  • Gujarat : 104, 079-23250818, 079-23251900
  • Haryana : 8558893911
  • Himachal Pradesh : 104
  • Jammu and Kashmir : 0191-2520982, 0194-2440283
  • Jharkhand : 104
  • Karnataka : 104, 1075, 080-46848600, 080-66692000, 9745697456, 080-1070
  • Kerala : 0471-2552056
  • Ladakh : 0198-2256462
  • Lakshadweep : 104
  • Maharashtra : 020-26127394
  • Manipur : 0385-2411668, 1800-345-3818
  • Meghalaya : 108, 1070
  • Mizoram : 102
  • Madhya Pradesh : 104
  • Nagaland : 7005539653, 1800-345-0019
  • Odisha : 9439994859
  • Puducherry : 104
  • Punjab : 104
  • Rajasthan : 104, 108
  • Sikkim : 104
  • Tamil Nadu : 044-29510500
  • Telengana : 104
  • Tripura : 112, 0381-2315879, 8794534501
  • Uttar Pradesh : 1800-180-5145, 6389300137, 0522-4523000, 0522-2610145
  • Uttarakhand : 104, 0135-2722100, 0135-2724506
  • West Bengal : 1800-313-444-222, 033-23412600

Government of India is taking all necessary steps to ensure that we are prepared well to face the challenge and threat posed by the growing pandemic of COVID-19 the Corona Virus. The most important factor in preventing the spread of the Virus locally is to empower the citizens with the right information and taking precautions as per the advisories being issued by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.


FAQs - About Covid-19 vaccine

A. Registration

1. Where can I register for COVID-19 vaccination?
You can log into the Co-WIN portal using the link www.cowin.gov.in and click on the “Register/Sign In yourself” tab to register for COVID-19 vaccination.
2. Is there a mobile app that needs to be installed to register for vaccination?
There is no authorised mobile app for registering for vaccination in India. You need to log into the Co-WIN portal. You can also register for vaccination through the Aarogya Setu App.
3. Which age groups can register for vaccination on the Co-WIN portal?
At present, all citizens above 45 years of age can register for vaccination.
4. Is online registration mandatory for Covid 19 vaccination?
No. Vaccination Centres provide for a limited number of on-spot registration slots every day. However, it is recommended to register online and schedule vaccination in advance for a have hassle-free vaccination experience.
5. How many people can be registered in the Co-WIN portal through one mobile number?
Up to 4 people can be registered for vaccination using the same mobile number.
6. How can citizens with no access to smart phones or computers manage online registration?
Up to 4 people can be registered for vaccination using the same mobile number. Citizens can take help from friends or family for online registration. Facility for on-spot registration is also available.
7. Can I register for vaccination without Aadhaar card?
Yes, you can register on Co-WIN portal using any of the following ID proofs: a. Aadhaar card b. Driving License c. PAN card d. Passport e. Pension Passbook f. NPR Smart Card g. Voter ID (EPIC)
8. Is there any registration charge to be paid?
No. There is no registration charge.

B. Scheduling Appointment

1. Can I book an appointment for vaccination in the Co-WIN portal?
Yes, you can book appointment for vaccination through Co-WIN portal after logging-in to the Co-WIN Portal through your registered mobile number.
2. What are the options if one citizen is aged 45 or above and other is aged 18 or above?
If one citizen is aged 45 or above and other citizen is aged 18 to 44 years and both want to schedule a combined appointment, then only private paid vaccination centres or vaccination centres as per State’s policy will be made available. However, it may happen that some hospitals which are catering to people with 45 years or more may not allow the booking of appointments for people with lesser age. In that case you may make bookings one by one.
3. Can I check the vaccine being administered at each vaccination centre?
Yes, while scheduling an appointment for vaccination, the system will show vaccination centre names along with the name of the vaccine that will be administered in case of private hospitals. Government hospitals may not show the name of the vaccine.
4. Can I download appointment slip?
Yes, the appointment slip can be downloaded after the appointment has been scheduled.
5. How can I find the nearest vaccination centre?
You can search in Co-WIN portal (or Aarogya Setu) for the vaccination centre nearest to your location by either searching through PIN code or by choosing the State and the District.
6. What if I cannot go for vaccination on the date of appointment? Can I reschedule my appointment?
The appointment can be rescheduled at any time. In case you do not go for vaccination on the date of appointment, you can reschedule the appointment by clicking on “Reschedule” tab.
7. Do I have an option for cancellation of appointment?
Yes, you cannot cancel an appointment already scheduled. You can also reschedule the appointment and choose another date or time slot of your convenience.
8. Where will I receive confirmation of date and time of vaccination?
Once an appointment is scheduled, you will receive the details of the vaccination centre, date and time slot chosen for appointment in an SMS sent to your registered mobile number. You can also download the appointment slip and print it or keep it on your smart phone.
9. Can I get vaccination without appointment?
Citizens aged 45 years and above can schedule appointments online or walk-in to vaccination centres. Citizens aged 18-44 years should mandatorily register themselves and schedule appointment online before vaccination. However, all citizens are recommended to register online and schedule vaccination in advance for a hassle-free vaccination experience.

C. 2nd dose scheduling

1. Is it necessary to take 2nd dose of vaccination?
Yes. It is recommended that both doses of vaccine should be taken for realising the full benefit of vaccination. Both doses must be of the same vaccine type.
2. When should I take the 2nd dose of vaccination?
It is recommended that the 2nd dose of COVAXIN should be administered in the interval of 4 to 6 weeks from the date of 1st dose administration. For COVISHIELD the recommended interval is 4 to 8 weeks while an interval of 6 to 8 weeks gives an enhanced protection. You may choose the date of 2nd dose vaccination as per your convenience.
3. Will my 2nd dose appointment be automatically scheduled by Co-WIN system?
No. You have to take an appointment for the 2nd dose vaccination. The Co-WIN system will help you book an appointment in a Vaccination Centre where the same vaccine is being administered as the vaccine type (COVAXIN or COVISHIELD) of the 1st dose.
4. Whom can I contact if I have some problems related to my online registration of appointment?
You can call on the national helpline ‘1075’ for information and guidance on COVID-19 vaccination and Co-WIN software related queries.

D. Vaccination

1. Is vaccination free at all vaccination centres?
No. Vaccination is free at Government hospitals and charged up to INR 250 per dose in Private hospitals. Citizens can get this information on the Co-WIN portal while booking an appointment.
2. Can I check the price of the vaccine?
Yes. The System will show the price of the vaccine below the name of the vaccination centre at the time of scheduling an appointment.
3. Can I choose the vaccine?
System will show the vaccine being administered in each vaccination centre at the time of scheduling an appointment. Citizen can choose the vaccination centre as per their choice of vaccine being administered However, the choice will not be available at the Government facilities .
4. What precautions should I take at the time of 2nd dose vaccination?
The Vaccination Centres have been directed to ensure that if a citizen is being vaccinated with 2nd dose, they should confirm that the first dose vaccination was done with the same vaccine as is being offered at the time of second dose and that the first dose was administered more than 28 days ago. You should share the correct information about the vaccine type and the date of 1st dose vaccination with the vaccinator. You should carry your vaccine certificate issued after the first dose.
5. Can I get vaccinated with 2nd dose in a different State/District?
Yes, you can get vaccinated in any State/District. The only restriction is that you will be able to get vaccinated only on those centres which are offering the same vaccine as was administered to you on your first dose.
6. Which documents should I carry with me for vaccination?
You should carry your identity proof specified by you at the time of registration on the Co-WIN portal and a printout/screenshot of your appointment slip.
7. I have registered myself on Co-Win portal. However, I am not able to make any booking as I do not see any vaccination facility near my location? What should I do?
Yes, it is possible that no facility near your place has published their vaccination program as yet. You may wait for some time till vaccination facilities near your place are onboarded on Co-Win platform, become active and start their services.

E. Vaccine Certificate

1. Why do I need a vaccination certificate?
A COVID Vaccine Certificate (CVC) issued by the government offers an assurance to the beneficiary on the vaccination, type of vaccine used, and the provisional certificate also provides the next vaccination due. It also is an evidence for the citizen to prove to any entities which may require proof of vaccination specially in case of travel. Vaccination not only protects individuals from disease, but also reduces their risk of spreading the virus. Therefore, there could be a requirement in future to produce certificate for certain kind of social interactions and international travel. In this context the certificate issued by Co-WIN has built in security features to guarantee genuineness of the certificate which can be digitally verified using approved utilities which are provided in Co-WIN portal.
2. Who is responsible for providing the vaccination certificate?
The Vaccination Centre is responsible for generating your certificate and for providing a printed copy post vaccination on the day of vaccination itself. Please do insist on receiving the certificate at the Centre. For Private Hospitals, the charges for providing a printed copy of the certificate are included in the service charge for vaccination.
3. Where can I download vaccination certificate from?
You can download vaccination certificate from the Co-WIN portal (cowin.gov.in) or the Aarogya Setu app or through Digi-Locker by following the simple steps. You may do so by using the mobile number used at the time of registration.

F. Reporting Side effects

1. Whom do I contact in case of side effects from vaccination?
You can contact on any of the following details: a. Helpline Number: +91-11-23978046 (Toll free- 1075) b. Technical Helpline Number: 0120-4473222 c. Helpline Email Id: nvoc2019@gov.in You may also contact the Vaccination Centre where you took vaccination, for advice.


Myth Busters/Fact Check

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There is a lot of false information around. These are the facts.

People of all ages CAN be infected by the coronavirus. Older people, and people with pre-existing medical conditions (such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease) appear to be more vulnerable to becoming severely ill with the virus.

Covid-19 Infographics/Videos

How it Spreads



Myth-Busters These are the facts.

  • Cold weather and snow CANNOT kill the CoronaVirus .
  • Hand dryers are NOT effective in killing the coronavirus.
  • There is NO evidence that regularly rinsing the nose with saline has protected people from infection with the coronavirus.
  • The coronavirus CAN be transmitted in areas with hot and humid climates.
  • Ultraviolet light SHOULD NOT be used for sterilization and can cause skin irritation.
  • Garlic is healthy but there is NO evidence from the current outbreak that eating garlic has protected people from the coronavirus.
  • The coronavirus CANNOT be transmitted through mosquito bites.
  • Thermal scanners CAN detect if people have a fever but CANNOT detect whether or not someone has the coronavirus.
  • Antibiotics DO NOT work against viruses, antibiotics only work against bacteria.
  • There is NO evidence that companion animals/pets such as dogs or cats can transmit the coronavirus.
  • Spraying alcohol or chlorine all over your body WILL NOT kill viruses that have already entered your body.
  • To date, there is NO specific medicine recommended to prevent or treat the coronavirus.
  • Taking a hot bath DOES NOT prevent the coronavirus.
  • Vaccines against pneumonia, such as pneumococcal vaccine and Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) vaccine, DO NOT provide protection against the coronavirus.
Note : Content is Sourced from World Health Organization