The worst day of the pandemic " is going to be held in autumn, when ambulances were called to the transport network, as well as members of the Blackfeet Nation, on whose land border, the snow-capped mountains, Glacier National Park, in northern Montana, a hospital, two hours away by car.
With approximately 10,000 people living on the tribe's growing reservations larger than the state of Delaware, and the impact of the corona virus have been immediate, as health officials have recorded more than 1,390 cases of Covid-19, including 50 deaths.
But, for now, the trunk is a remarkable achievement in the fight against the virus, About 98% of the total amount of your stay will be eligible for the general population have been fully vaccinated against the disease, as compared with about 40 percent of Montana's total population and 41% of the U.S. population, according to federal health data.
Biden is launching a month-long effort to pull out all the stops " to get people vaccinated.
Vaccination efforts have been so successful that the tribe has been given the excess supply of vaccines to the other Native tribes of Canada, and of nontribal Canada, vaccination drives, made by hundreds of people each and every day, and the trunk will provide the images for the one to two days of cellular vaccination is the site for next week at the port of entry, which connects to the Montana and Alberta, " says Robert DesRosier, emergency services manager for the Blackfeet Nation. To all of Canada; travellers and tourists to visit to parque nacional los glaciares National Park, and to be able to roll up your sleeves, and get vaccinated.
"When the vaccine came, it was a breath of fresh air," DesRosier said. "After all, these are dark, dark days, where the pandemic, and the people had gone away, and you couldn't even say good-bye, and we'll do everything we can to protect ourselves, and for everyone else who asks for it. There is a light at the end of the tunnel."
However, getting to this point has been a challenge, DesRosier said that buy-in, as well as members of the faces of the vaccine hesitancy is rooted in the historical mistrust of the federal government, and to the ages of violence and sexual abuse.
As the Covid-19 ravaged the indigenous peoples, at a disproportionate rate in the united states, as well as on the basis of the long-term health of the differences, and the lack of infrastructure, medical devices and get access to the Blackfeet People have listened to the warnings of the virus, with the strictest lockdowns, e-learning, schools, and social-distance rules and of the mask's requirement.