Facebook (Facebook) in collaboration with the Government of India has created a tool that people will be able to use to find out where the vaccine is located in the places around them. are getting. Facebook announced on Friday that it will start rolling out the ‘Vaccine Finder’ tool on its mobile app in India. The device has been developed in partnership with the Government of India and will be available in 17 local languages. The device will help people identify nearby locations to receive the vaccine.
About Vaccine finder
It will use the data provided by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to give complete information about the vaccination center and their time of operation. This tool will also provide a walk-in option and will also provide a link to register on the official Kovid vaccine portal CoWin for the appointment of vaccination. The tool is available on Facebook at the Covid-19 Information Center.
Information will be found here
The social media platform said that it is supporting advertising credits and insights to non-governmental organizations and UN agencies in India, which can reach most people on Facebook with the Covid-19 vaccine and essential health information. The platform said that they are working with UNICEF India to provide health care to people, so that emergency care and how to take precautions when getting mild Covid-19 symptoms at home. This information is available on Facebook’s Covid-19 Information Center and its news feed. On Instagram, the company is promoting this information through a “guide” in the “Explore” section.
3,79,257 new cases filed in one day
The third phase of Covid-19 vaccination is going to start on Saturday. The registration of more than 18 of its people has started from Wednesday. So far, the highest number of infections have been reported in the country during the last 24 hours. In the last one day, 3,79,257 new cases have been registered, while 3,498 people have died. This is the highest figure till date. Right now, the highest number of cases are coming from Maharashtra.
31,70,228 active cases across the country
According to the Health Ministry, the total number of infected people in the country has reached 1,87,62,976. Of these, 31,70,228 are active cases while 1,53,84,418 people have been cured of this disease, 3,498 people have died due to this epidemic during the last 24 hours. With this, the death toll from this infection has increased to 2,08,330