“Census” in the news
|census the population|
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· Want to bypass Covid containment zones? Try this technology-backed solution →
Moreover, analysing data of existing health infrastructure and census data sets and mapping it to those infected can help policymakers and concerned authorities in identifying Covid-19 containment zones.
· Biden names Julie Chávez Rodríguez, César Chávez's granddaughter, as top Latina on team →
This strategy responds to criticism that Biden allegedly has not done enough to win over Hispanics, which the Census Bureau said exceeds 60 million.
· Small business outlook slowly improving during coronavirus pandemic →
New findings from a weekly U.S. Census survey show that things might be slowly looking up for small businesses — or at least steadying.
· The coronavirus pandemic has new challenges for the self-employed →
Why it matters: The vast majority of U.S. small businesses — 25.7 million in 2017 according to census data — are “nonemployer” companies that are mostly one-person shops.
The China Post
· Rural areas, tribal lands hit hardest by census interruption →
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Even though they’re neighbors, two New Mexico counties couldn’t be further apart in the rate of people answering the 2020 census.
The New York Times
· Contact Tracing for Coronavirus Is Harder Than It Sounds →
Ask any census worker, public opinion pollster or cold caller, and they will tell you the answer to both questions is “not likely.” Indeed, the pickup rate for unfamiliar or unidentified numbers in those circumstances is as low as 6 percent.
· Signs Of V-Shaped Housing Recovery →
Backward-looking data released this week by the U.S. Census Bureau showed the magnitude of the decline in construction activity in April amid the worst of the pandemic.
The Rio Times
· Rio’s Favelas Record More Covid-19 Deaths Than 14 Brazilian States →
The communities - which, according to the 2010 IBGE (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics) Census, total 1.4 million people - would be ahead of populous States such as Rio Grande do Sul and Paraná, with more than 10 million inhabitants.
· Focus on the local picture →
Bihar, for instance, saw an 8% infection level among the 8,337 migrants tested till May 17, and it was 26% for those coming from Delhi; the state has just seen 5 lakh migrants coming back so far, and is expecting many times this number given that, as per the 2011 Census, there were 80 lakh migrants from the state.