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By Sanjeev Sharma New Delhi, March 4 : As the vaccination drive progresses in the country, the challenge for the people shifts from getting an OTP to getting an appointment slot.
Only 20 per cent of those who tried to get vaccination appointment were able to do so; while OTP generation is no longer a big challenge, getting an appointment is, according to a survey by LocalCircles.
A total of 58 per cent of those who tried to get an appointment for vaccination via CO-WIN have not been able to do so, as per the survey.
However, as people tried to register themselves for vaccination via the CO-WIN site or the Aarogya Setu app, many had difficulty getting an OTP or finding an appointment.
LocalCircles conducted a survey on March 1, which received over 14,000 responses. It found that only 8 per cent of those who tried to get Covid-19 vaccine appointment using the CO-WIN site or the Aarogya Setu app were able to do so.
Now with four days of citizens interfacing with the CO-WIN system and the Aarogya Setu app, LocalCircles has conducted another survey in an attempt to understand if issues with the CO-WIN site or Aarogya Setu app still persist. The survey received over 8,900 responses from citizens located in 204 districts.

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