Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh drove the improvement. But there’s still ground to cover
India had delivered 330 million vaccines by the end of June, but only 86 doses went to women for every 100 doses that went to men. This was six points below the country’s female:male ratio of 92:100 and raised concerns about gender inequality and its public health consequences. However, July saw some improvement. Of the 463 million doses it delivered by the end of July, 88 doses went to women for every 100 that went to men.