Co-WIN gets the attention of 76 plus countries, India to share the technology

76 countries have shown interest in Co-WIN software which is for vaccine registration, booking of slots, and downloading vaccination certificates. 

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Co-WIN software technology used for India's national vaccination program with dozens of countries for free of cost The Indian government is looking forward to sharing the software technology. 
For adopting this platform, 76 countries have shown interest. Co-WIN software is for vaccine registration, booking of slots, and downloading vaccination certificates. 

Reportedly, Canada, Mexico, Nigeria, Panama, and Uganda, and some others are interested in adopting the digital platform. The Co-WIN is free of cost for the countries that are interested in adopting the platform. It makes the platform for non-commercial use. Reportedly a Global Conclave on Co-WIN happened yesterday where 196 officials from foreign countries, 116 private individuals from 41 countries had registered. 

Around 20 crore registration in the first four months happened, and for July 1, 35.4 crore people had registered on it.