How long it will take a newly registered Domain Name in Route53 to work?

I’m new to website hosting. Today i registered a new domain name in Route53 and tried to connect my EC2 instance ip to it. I can notice that the domain name is moved from registration pending list to registered list, which seemed fruitful. So, I added the "A type" and "CNAME" records to the hosted zone. After all these steps, its not working as expected.
Please assist me. If I’m missing something please let me know.

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Vice Professor Asked on October 26, 2020 in centos.
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DNS propagation usually takes up to 72 hours:

When an IP address, or any other information about a hostname, is added or changed in a DNS record, the change needs to be propagated to all systems around the world participating in the DNS process.

DNS propagation is the time frame it takes for DNS changes to be updated across the Internet. A change to a DNS record—for example, changing the IP address defined for a specific hostname—can take up to 72 hours to propagate worldwide, although it typically takes a few hours. For many modern use cases, these DNS propagation times are inconvenient, or simply unacceptable.

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Vice Professor Answered on October 26, 2020.
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