*Paytm COVID-19 Vaccine Finder crosses 1.5 million unique users, new features enable real-time discovery and booking of vaccine slots*
- Enables citizens to filter vaccine slots seamlessly based on location, age, vaccine type, and fee
- Get notified 24X7 when new slots open up across 738 districts and 19,000+ pin codes
- Available in 11 languages
- Facilitates appointment process for registered citizens
- Users from over 730 districts and 18,500+ pin-codes have already signed up
India's leading digital financial services platform Paytm today announced that over 1.5 million citizens have registered for the COVID-19 Vaccine Finder on its Mini App store. The platform helps citizens to check the availability of slots for a specific date by individually entering different PIN codes or district details along with age group (18+ or 45+). The company said that it has now launched more advanced filtering options for its Vaccine Finder that help the user to generate personalised leads including information such as the type of vaccine available and the fee charged for it.
The Vaccine Finder helps citizens research between Covishield, Covaxin & decide on the best suitable option for them. The Vaccine Finder is now available in 11 regional languages enabling almost everyone across the country to seamlessly book slots for vaccination. It has witnessed users from over 730 plus districts registering to find vaccine slots.
The company said that over the last few days the vaccine service has empowered citizens across the country to book slots, enabling maximum numbers of citizens to initiate the process of getting vaccinated in a timely manner.
Paytm spokesperson said, "We are extremely humbled by how our vaccine finder is helping citizens book slots in a timely manner. With the right use of technology and strategy put in place by authorities, we are optimistic about steering our country clear of the second wave of the pandemic. We believe that with the combined efforts of Government, organizations, and citizens, we are on the right track to recovery."