India reported over 15 million confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) as of April 18, 2021. Out of these, over 12.9 million patients had recovered, while 178 thousand cases were fatal. The number of people infected with the virus was growing and the government had swung into action to curtail further spread of the outbreak. Globally, over 141 million cases of the coronavirus were reported as of April 18, 2021. India expanded its vaccination programme to include all adults over the age of 18 starting 1 May amid a deadly second wave of infections. India has so far administered more than 127 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine in what is the world's largest inoculation drive. India launched its vaccination drive on 16 January, restricting it to healthcare workers and frontline staff - a sanitation worker became the first Indian to receive the vaccine. The drive gradually expanded to other age groups - from 1 May, those above 18 years will be the latest group to become eligible. In this special live episode of Bharatvaarta, we are decoding India's massive COVID-19 vaccination drive. Joining us will be Aashish Chandorkar, Vivek Khaitan, and Amit Paranjape to delve deep into the unknown variables of the world's biggest vaccination drive.