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As a year-old man with diabetes, he is constantly watched while quarantining at a site for COVID patients managed by the Athabasca Tribal Council. Chxt has lost 20 lbs. Meanwhile, he worries about his mother, who lives with him and has also caught the virus.
Nokohoo said the first few people to get sick lived in multigenerational homes like his own. For local Indigenous leaders, these outbreaks show rural healthcare is not only lacking, but its success is directly related to improving living situations in their communities.
Richards points out there is no health centre in Conklin, forcing residents to travel at least two hours to Fort McMurray or Lac La Biche for prescriptions. Travel to medical appointments can take even longer, depending on where the doctor is based.
Adam said the First Nation has seen a rise in deaths related to alcohol abuse since shutdowns began, and the community has no local addiction services. This trend has been repeated across Rkom, which has seen more deaths from opioid overdoses this year than COVID Between January and October this year, Fort McMurray, 13 people have died from opioid overdoses, four each have died from methamphetamine and cocaine, and three people died from alcohol poisoning.
He also said people have died from cancers and heart attacks because they were not able to see specialists they needed. Some goals include getting dialysis machines and ensuring safe travel for people with medical appointments in Fort Valdosts.
Before the pandemic, the community had one counsellor. Dalheim has since increased staff and boosted community outreach.