Census Workers Start Going Door to Door

The Census has been pushed back by several months, and there's still time to prevent a Census worker coming to your door if you haven't filled out the response form.

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July 17, 2020, 6:00 AM PDT

By James Brasuell @CasualBrasuell


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The Associated Press reports on a new stage of operations for the 2020 Census: going door to door to households that haven't yet mailing in a response or filled out the form online. An estimated 52 million households have yet to fill out the census form.The first round of door-to-door operations will take place in West Virginia, Idaho, Maine, Kansas City, New Orleans, and the Oklahoma City area. 

The door-to-door operations were originally scheduled to begin in May, but were delayed due to the public health concerns of the pandemic. More details on the next phase of operations for the Census are included in the source article. 


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