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Census 2020 resumes in Northern California with home drop-offs and social distancing

Census envelope

The U.S. Census Bureau resumed operations Tuesday in several counties in Northern California as the federal agency tries to reach residents in mostly rural parts of the state.

The effort will focus on most counties in the Sacramento Valley and specifically the 150,000 households that do not receive regular mail. It’s a part of the phase known as “update leave” in which workers deliver a census questionnaire to homes in person and leave it behind for a resident to fill out.

 

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