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That leads Jeff to consider other ways the image has been altered. While Jeff is looking more closely, I called epidemiologist David Fisman, just to see if it's at all possible that the case count could be way higher, at this point in time. He says in a nutshell: no.

Have you ever wondered how the County budget works and what the money is spent on? Plus a new pilot program to help with evacuation plans, the Point-In-Time count and a new bike skills park in this episode of County Connection.

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Five things we saw at the 2020 homeless point-in-time count in the Coachella Valley.

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According to a Point in Time Count conducted by the City of Tucson and Pima County in 2019, there were 361 people sleeping on the streets with more than double that number sleeping in shelters.

900 volunteers trekked around Austin, counting those people experiencing homelessness as part of the Point in Time Count, the annual census of homeless populations across the country.

More than 1,600 people, including over 500 County employees, participated in the annual Point-in-Time Count this morning. The count provides a one-day snapshot of people living on the streets or in short-term shelters.

Mayor Wilson joins social workers and volunteers at 'Point in Time' homeless count

Hundreds of volunteers showed up on Saturday to count Austin's homeless as part of the annual Point In Time Count (PIT Count).

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A more complete point-in-time homeless count in San Francisco revealed that homelessness in a city that’s become a caricature of wealth inequality in the U.S. had actually increased by about 30% from 2017.

On Tuesday evening, Los Angeles County will begin its annual, three-day “point in time” count of the homeless population.

L.A. County is beginning its annual, 3-day “point in time” count of the homeless population. Thousands of volunteers will fan out across L.A. to get a snapshot of the county’s sheltered and unsheltered homeless population — one of the largest in the U.S.

Volunteers are needed for @atxecho ’s annual Point in Time Count of people experiencing homelessness. The info will be used to guide public policy + help secure resources to end homelessness in our community. Sign up for the Jan. 25 event at

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76% of individuals living outside on the streets reported being, or were observed to be, affected by mental illness, substance abuse, poor health or a physical disability, according to this year’s point-in-time count.

San Francisco saw a 17% jump in the number of homeless residents over the last two years, according to preliminary results of the city’s point-in-time count.

The Maricopa Association of Governments’ annual point-in-time count showed 6,614 people were homeless on Jan. 21 — 316 more than during last year's count. In eight months, residents have reported 1,500 homeless encampments to the city of Phoenix.

Los Angeles' annual point-in-time homeless count showed that the veteran homeless population had declined 18 percent.

The Point-in-Time Count is conducted every January to estimate the number of Americans, including Veterans, without safe, stable housing. Learn more about the PIT Count:

'Point-in-time' count brings homelessness in Canada into sharper focus

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