Data on India’s Covid-19 vaccination drive shows fewer women have taken vaccine shots in comparison to men. On April 10, a little less than 2% more men got vaccinated than women. Two weeks later, on April 24, the gap widened to 12 %, and on May 6, the day when the new infections stood at 4.14 lakh in the country, nearly 24% more men were immunised than women. This gender gap in India’s vaccination drive is reflected in cumulative numbers as well. Till the first half of April, nearly 9% more men got the jabs than women. The divide stands at 15% now. All these calculations are based on a seven-day moving average of daily vaccine doses administered.