The homeless population has increased significantly in several Bay Area counties during the pandemic – with Contra Costa County seeing a 35% increase and Alameda County reporting a 22% increase – while the number fell slightly in San Francisco, according to new data released Monday.
The figures come from one-day one-time surveys conducted earlier this year, many of which had been delayed by the pandemic, and reflected uneven results in regional efforts to manage the homelessness crisis.
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