The court also said people should be allowed to walk in to the vaccination centres and register there itself.
The Delhi High Court Wednesday said it ‘does not want a stereotypical answer that everything is alright’ and asked the Centre to consider increasing the number of registrations per mobile number on the Co-Win application to cover a larger section of the population.
“How many people have smartphones? Somebody may not have a smartphone. A family may be of 10 members and there will be only one smartphone, the others will be left out then,” said the division bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Jasmeet Singh.
It also said people should be allowed to walk in to the vaccination centres and register there itself.
With regard to accessibility of the application by specially abled persons, the court asked the Centre to examine introducing a voice-enabled CAPTCHA or OTP feature for vaccine slot registration.
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