U.S. Census forms have already been sent to many Oklahomans seeking their participation so that workers won’t have to go into the field for more data during the COVID-19 pandemic. Disruptions and distractions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic must not be allowed to keep Oklahomans from participating in the Census, officials said. “There’s too much at stake for the entire decade ahead of us,” said Larry Sanders, Oklahoma State University Extension agricultural economist. “The situation seems to be changing daily, as we see libraries close and Extension offices move their services online, places where people typically find help.” The formal…

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