Just Four States Vaccinated More Women Than Men
The Morning Standard|May 14, 2021
While Kerala, K’taka inoculate more women, gender divide is above 10% in Delhi and UP
Richa Sharma

sS states report shortage of Covid-19 jabs and people make a mad rush to book vaccination slots, gender divide in the vaccination drive is quite visible across states. Only four states — Kerala, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh and Himachal Pradesh — have vaccinated more women than men so far.

As per official data, the gender gap in vaccination is over 4 per cent nationally but high-Covid burden states like Delhi and Uttar Pradesh have over 10 percent difference in male-female vaccination ratio.

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