Glitches galore on Day 1 of vax drive
The Morning Standard|March 02, 2021
Health minister promises the glitches in the system will be streamlined in coming days
SUMI SUKANYA DUTTA

THE first day of the national vaccination drive covering general public saw the initial enthusiasm of beneficiaries ebb into frustration following glitches in the technological platform driving the initiative.

Over one million citizens were registered on the Co-WIN portal in barely four hours after the registration window opened at 9 am.

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