Inequalities vaccine is undermining a truly global economic recovery by Covid-19 , according to data released Thursday by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the World Health Organization (WHO) and the University of 'Oxford. Organizations said Vaccine inequity would have a lasting and profound impact on recovery in low- and lower-middle-income countries unless urgent action is taken taken to ensure that each country had sufficientadequate supplies and access. At a time when richer countries have paid billions of dollars in stimulus to support declining economies, now is the time to ensure vaccine doses are met. shared quickly, that all barriers to increased vaccine manufacture are removed and financial support is secured so that vaccines are distributed equitably and that a true global economic recovery can take place they stated in a statement. While vaccine manufacturing had increased, enough doses were shared with poorer countries and they had similar vaccination rates to those in high-income countries, $ 38 billion could have been added to those nations '2021 GDP forecast, according to data, which was compiled under the Global Dashboard for Covid Vaccine Equity -19. The press release says high vaccine prices could put enormous pressure on fragile health systems, affect routine immunizations and essential health services, and causes spikes in illnesses such as measles, pneumonia and diarrhea. The dashboard, which uses data from several organizations including the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the Alliance for Gavi Vaccines, show that richer countries should vaccinate faster and recover economically faster. In the meantime, the poorest countries, some of which have not even been able to vaccinate their health workers and most of the at-risk populations, may not reach the growth levels before Covid-19 before. 2024. Inequality vaccines hurt the poor in Asia and the rest of the world CNN data show dozens of low income countries administered less than 10 doses of vaccine per 100 people, including Kenya, Bangladesh and Uganda Some countries have used up or are on the verge of running out of doses Joint call to action from three organizations comes a day after Pfizer has announced an agreement to produce its highly effective vaccine in South Africa, an initiative that could dramatically increase access to vaccines across the continent. Most of the poorest countries currently depend on COVAX global vaccine distribution initiative , but it has been plagued due to supply issues following the suspension of exports from the Serum Institute of India, which produces a large number of doses. Vaccine inequality is the world's biggest obstacle to ending this pandemic and recovering from Covid -19 said WHO director - General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus in the statement. Economically, epidemiologically and morally, it is in all countries of interest to use the latest available data to make life-saving vaccines available to everyone, he added. Radina Gigova reported from Atlanta; Jeevan Ravindran wr ote from London.