How to register for COVID vaccine in Pakistan

COVID VACCINATION

Senior citizens (Age : 70+). Send your CNIC no (13 digits without spaces and dashes) to 1166 to get registered and receive PIN code. Walk in to nearest vaccination center and get yourself vaccinated.
Senior citizens (Age : 60-69). For registration, SMS your CNIC no (13 digits without spaces and dashes) to 1166 from any mobile no or visit nims.nadra.gov.pk. Vaccine Center and date will be communicated through SMS.
Senior citizens (Age : 50-59). Registration will start from 30th March. For registration, SMS your CNIC no (13 digits without spaces and dashes) to 1166 from any mobile no or visit nims.nadra.gov.pk. Vaccine Center and date will be communicated through SMS.
Registered HCWs. Vaccine Center and date will be communicated through SMS.

GUIDELINES FOR VACCINATION

ELIGIBLITY

Senior Citizens/ HCW can check eligibility by sending CNIC (13 digits only without -) to 1166 or visit https://nims.nadra.gov.pk

CONFIRMATION SMS

Adult Vaccination Center (AVC) and PIN Code will be intimated

APPOINTMENT

When vaccine becomes available at center, 2nd SMS with date of appointment will be communicated

VISIT Adult Vaccination Centre

Visit AVC on date of appointment along with Original CNIC and PIN Code

VERIFICATION COUNTER

Health Staff will check schedule in NIMS, and verify CNIC & PIN Code

VACCINATION COUNTER

You will be vaccinated upon your turn

CONFIRMATION

Vaccination Staff will confirm vaccine entry in NIMS

MONITORING

After vaccine administration, you will be required to stay for 30 minutes for monitoring

A senior citizen being administering COVID-19 vaccine at the Red Crescent Coronavirus Care Hospital in Rawalpindi. Photo: APP

Pakistan on Wednesday launched the second phase of the coronavirus vaccination campaign by allowing people over the age of 60 to get themselves vaccinated against COVID-19.

If you want your parents or your grandparents to be registered for the coronavirus vaccination program, you can get them vaccinated by following the simple steps below:

For those people who do not having an internet connection: you can message your (or your relatives’) 13 digit Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC) (if they are above 60), without spaces and dashes, on 1166.

Those who have an internet connection: you can get yourself (or your relatives) registered by visiting the NIMS website, where you will be greeted with a registration screen on which you can enter their personal details. Please take care to provide a valid phone number.

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The government will share the vaccination center and date for the vaccination on the registered phone number. 

After receiving the registration details on your provided phone number, visit any nearest vaccination center and get the first dose of the vaccine.

Apart from citizens over the age of 60, the government is also inviting healthcare workers to get the coronavirus vaccine.

Healthcare workers who are registered with the government can walk in to any vaccination center and get themselves vaccinated.

On the other hand, if you’re a healthcare worker and are not registered, then go to the NIMS website (click this link) and register for the vaccine.

After registering, you can check your registration status by sending your CNIC to 1166 after 24 hours.

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