Covid: This Website helps you to find vaccination slots in India

CoWin website

India opened up its vaccine registration program for hundreds of millions of people aged 18-45 on April 28. However, most people in this age bracket could not find any slots for their vaccinations on the official CoWin website, as most states and private hospitals haven’t obtained the required doses.

To easily search for vaccination slots, Programmer Berty Thomas came up with a simple but effective website called The site lets folks in search for places that are open for vaccination of the 18-45 age group. 

That solves a major point that visitors face on the CoWIN website: it’s meant to be used by people of all age groups eligible for the vaccine, but it doesn’t have a filter to display vaccination centers that will serve people between ages 18-45. Plus, a lot of centers that support vaccination for anyone over 18 years are still marked with a 45-years-and-over label, making the booking process confusing.

Credit: search for open vaccination slots for 18-45 age group

You can head to the site and select your state and district to look for available slots. If there are any, you’ll see a list of places with pincode, the earliest date when you can get a vaccine, and area name, so that you can book an appointment on the official CoWIN portal.

Search results for a particular district showing the earliest available appointment date in the area

The country started the COVID-19 vaccination program in January, prioritizing healthcare and frontline workers. Later, it included folks over 60 years and folks over 45 years in two stages.

Earlier this month, the government announced that from May 1, all adults aged above 18 would be eligible to get vaccines. But added that states and private hospitals will have to acquire doses on their own.

At the moment, a handful of states such as Tamil Nadu have opened up vaccination for the 18-45 age group in a limited capacity, while other states have said that it might take at least a few weeks for them to get the required vaccine doses and open up the program more broadly.