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Nagaland: wave of death in Mon after army's ambush killings trigger outrage, protests

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'There can be no justification': BJP leader after Army kills civilians in Nagaland

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New feature on CoWIN: you can now correct errors, update Covid certificate

A special feature 'Raise an Issue' has been added to the CoWIN platform to ensure that the COVID-19 vaccination certificates of beneficiaries are error-free.

The Union Health Ministry informed on Wednesday that users can make corrections to name, year of birth, and gender on their COVID-19 vaccination certificates if there are errors. However, the certificate can only be edited once.

Users will have to visit the CoWIN site, enter the 10-digit mobile number and then got to ‘account details’. They will then be able to see 'Raise an Issue' button if they have received first or second dose.

Meanwhile, over 23.6 crores COVID vaccine doses have been administered till Tuesday.

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