In the year 2020, the world halted due to the spread of COVID-19 or SARS-CoV2 which was first identified in Wuhan, China. Since then, it has caused a plethora of problems around the globe such as the loss of millions of lives. India was one of the countries which were majorly affected by this pandemic. Thousands lost their lives and millions had to be hospitalized and taken into medical care. Due to this, there is an abundance of unorganized and redundant medical data in the Health Information Technology sector. Many hospitals contain various mismatched health records of a single person. We attempt to develop an Interoperable System specifically for COVID-19 using the openEHR standard to organize health records in digital form by creating Electronic Health Records. These records can be accessed and shared by multiple hospitals and clinics to reduce the redundancy of health records. This would establish effective communications between different hospitals and greatly make data sharing, efficient and low cost. Standardization can hugely affect medical errors. Interoperability provides hospitals to share across many channels and help Health care workers to detect discrepancies easily. Lives that are lost due to human error in the health care system can be minimized or even completely avoided. The number of hospitals using interoperable standards is still low and we hope that this paper will help make a change towards following the standard.