New Delhi: The CoWin App, which proved to be the 'backbone' in India's Corona Vaccination Program is now going to become global as 12 countries of the world are in talks with the central government for technology sharing.
According a report, the government has sent a letter of agreement to a South American country included in these 12 countries. South America includes countries such as Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Most of the countries showing interest in the CoWin app are from Africa and Central Asia.
The platform has proven itself in India by handling 2.5 crore vaccinations in a day, with a load of over 800 vaccinations per second.
"The progress of the initiative as well as the talks is monitored by the Ministry of External Affairs. I am told that so far 12 countries have agreed to sign the MoUs," Dr RS Sharma, chief executive officer at National Health Authority, the report quoted him as saying.