Aadhaar card won’t be mandatory for vaccination

New Delhi, 16/5 (AO Bureau):The second wave of Corona virus has worsened the situation in the country. Things may seem a bit cautious at the moment, but the death toll is not going to give relief. Meanwhile, the absence of Aadhaar card or Ayushman card is causing difficulties for the patients. In such a situation, the Unique Identification Authority of India has given great relief to the people of the country. UIDAI has clearly stated that due to lack of Aadhaar card, no citizen can be denied treatment, nor will Aadhaar card be mandatory for vaccination.

The excuse of Aadhaar card will not work

UIDAI has clearly stated that the requirement of Aadhaar card has also been removed for applying corona vaccine, giving medicines or hospitalization. In such a situation, no one can refuse to give you treatment just because you do not have an Aadhaar card. It will no longer be indispensable for availing the required services.

There is no irrelevance of Aadhaar for vaccination as well.
This statement of UIDAI is of great importance to the people troubled for medical facilities amid the second wave of Covid-19 in the country. At present, many people are being denied hospitalization due to not having an Aadhaar card. In medical emergency cases, many people have an Aadhaar card, but they forget to take it with them in haste. In such a situation, this card falls on the life of the patient. After not getting admitted in government hospitals, it is not a matter of everyone to get expensive treatment in private hospitals. Similarly, on vaccination setters, many people have to return due to not having an Aadhaar card. The government has already said that in the absence of an Aadhaar card, registration can be done through other documents. However, even after this order, the importance of Aadhaar card was coming in the way of vaccination drive.

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