The government of India is taking all the necessary measures to prepare the nation against the growing threat of COVID-19. The basic measures – Wearing Mask, Hand Hygiene, and Social Distancing have helped in containing the spread of the virus. However, to completely break the chain of infection, we need to ensure that all must be vaccinated for COVID -19.

Vaccines Available: Covishield, Covaxin & Sputnik V


To book your slot, please call on 18003131414. One may also book their COVID Vaccination by visiting or install the Co-Win app through Google play store -

“Register for Vaccination” page appears. Enter details required like Photo ID proof, ID Number, Full Name on ID, Gender etc. and click “Register”

One can add total 4 members in the same account by clicking on “add more” and repeating step 3. One may also delete any profile added.

Click on “Schedule Appointment” Button “ Book Appointment for Vaccination” page appears. Search the nearest Sarvodaya Healthcare Vaccination Centre by Pin Code

  • Sarvodaya Hospital & Research Centre, Sector 8, Faridabad – 121006
  • Sarvodaya Hospital, Sec-19, Old Faridabad - 121002

Visit the selected site on the appointment day with your valid Photo ID proof. Get vaccinated and stay safe.

  • COVID-19 vaccination can prevent the infection of coronavirus.
  • The vaccine stops COVID from becoming severe, reducing the risk of hospitalization and death.
  • Vaccinated individuals may protect people around them by breaking the chain of infection.


Yes, onsite or walk-in registration is available at Sarvodaya Healthcare. One may visit without any pre-registration for COVID vaccination. One may also get themselves registered through Co-Win. Once registered, notification and information about the vaccine session date and time will be shared with the beneficiary.

Any of the below mentioned Photo ID Proof can be used at the time of registration:

  • Aadhaar Card
  • Driving License
  • PAN Card
  • Passport
  • Pension Book

The Photo ID produced at the time of registration must be verified at the time of vaccination.

Following online registration, beneficiary will receive SMS on their registered mobile number about the due date, place and time of vaccination for first and second dose.

Yes. On completion of COVID-19 vaccine doses, the beneficiary will receive SMS on the registered mobile number. After all doses of vaccine are administered, a QR code based certificate will also be sent to the registered mobile number.

Yes, a provisional certificate would be provided after the first dose and a final certificate after completion of second dose.


For Covishield: 12 to 16 weeks after the first.

Vaccination for COVID-19 is voluntary. However, it is advisable to receive both the doses of COVID-19 vaccine for protecting oneself against this disease and also to limit the spread of this disease.

<p>A person can take the COVID-19 vaccine right after recovering from the disease, but only if they do not have any symptoms. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), however, suggests waiting for 90 days from the day you test positive for COVID-19 disease if you haven’t received any shot yet.</p>
                     <p>The CDC also suggests, people who got infected after receiving their first shot may take the second dose on their scheduled date, but only if their quarantine period is over, and they do not have any symptoms.</p>

Yes, it is advisable to receive both the doses of COVID-19 vaccine irrespective of past history of infection with COVID-19. This will help in developing a strong immune response against the disease. COVID-19 exposure doesn’t develop immunity, hence vaccine is advisable.

From May, 2021, all eligible citizens above the age of 18 years can get the COVID-19 vaccine.

We request you to rest at the vaccination centre for atleast half an hour after taking the COVID-19 vaccine. Inform the nearest health authorities in case you feel any discomfort or uneasiness subsequently. Remember to continue following key COVID-19 Appropriate Behaviours like wearing of mask, maintaining hand sanitization and social distance.

There is no comparison between the two vaccines being used in India so one cannot choose one over the other. Both would work fine in preventing the infection as well as prevent a person from going into severe state of the disease.


Currently, there is no such instruction. One can take one’s regular medication uninterruptedly. Just inform the vaccinator about the medicines you consume.

Yes, persons with one or more of these comorbid conditions are considered among the high risk category. They need to get COVID-19 vaccination. Overall, the vaccine is safe and efficacious in adults with comorbidity.

Yes, it is absolutely necessary that everyone who has received the COVID-19 vaccine should continue to follow the COVID-19 appropriate behaviour.

All vaccines are expected to provide reasonable amount of protection against the mutated virus also.

Adequate immune response takes 2-3 weeks after completion of entire vaccination schedule i.e., after the second dose of vaccine.

Both the vaccines are safe but in case of any discomfort or complaint, you must visit the nearest health facility and/or call the health worker.

Yes, it is important to receive the second dose of same vaccine as the first one.