Also Read: Covid-19: India logs nearly 5,000 new infections, active cases drop below 45k In the last ten years or so, India has developed numerous digital public platforms, each of which is distinctive in its own way.
Examples include Aadhar, UPI electronic KYC, digital lockers, etc. According to Sharma, India is creating service-level registers for doctors, pharmaceuticals, diagnostics, health records, etc.
Aarogya Setu was launched for handling COVID-19 in a more systematic way. It has been updated to function as a health and wellness app.
After being extensively used to facilitate COVID-19 immunisation, CoWIN will be utilised for India's universal immunisation programme. Also Read: Centre aims to create repository of eligible donors via nationwide blood donation drive In addition, CoWIN is being repurposed so that individuals may use it to locate and obtain the other 12 mandatory vaccines covered by the national immunisation programme, including the polio drop.