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Coming hours. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS Virginia Beach. A new poll from NPR and assist shows Americans want the federal government to take a more aggressive approach to slowing the spread of the Corona virus and helping those struggling financially. NPR's Brian Man reports. The survey also shows that 3/4 of Americans now support rules requiring facial coverings in public. The survey found deep dissatisfaction among Americans with the federal government's response to the cove in 19 crisis so far, with 2/3 of people pulled, saying the U. S is doing a worse job than other countries. Sophie McClelland took part in the survey from Florida, which has seen a surge of new Corona virus cases. I think we're doing worse for one. I don't think that we have adequate testing, the Ipsos poll found. Nearly 60% of Americans would support a mandatory nationwide shelter at home order lasting two weeks to slow the virus spread. 2/3 won a national plan for when schools and businesses should reopen. Brian Man. NPR NEWS The US Census Bureau says it's pushing up its deadline to complete the 2020 national headcount to September 30th. NPR's handsy Lawang reports, the Census Bureau is cutting short by a month, a collection of 2020 senses. Responses online over the phone and by mail announcement was posted in the bureau's website. Days after NPR first reported that door knocking and households that have not filled out a form on their own, will also end early on September 30th. Roughly four out of 10 households nationwide have not yet been counted and shortening the time for counting risks a severe under count of people of color, who are less likely than white people to do the census on their own. And statement appears director says The decision to speed up account was directed by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, who oversees the bureau long NPR NEWS. New YORK stocks are trading higher on Wall Street. At this hour, The Dow was up 122 points. The S and P of seven. The NASDAQ composite up to your listening to NPR News in Washington Live from news on Brian Watt in Oakland for the first time since the coded 19 pandemic hit in California. A state board is posting information about infections in county jails in juvenile detention. Cuties Julie Small says It's not a complete picture. How many people in county lock ups have been tested? How many infected How many died? We still don't know. But most counties air, starting to report those numbers to the board of state and Community Corrections. Linda Penner chairs the oversight agency. This is our first week a bit of a test drive right, but we're pretty confident in what we're getting. But Brian Goldstein, with the center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice, says critical information is still missing. The data we do have it shows limited testing in these facilities. And at the same time outbreaks which are occurring some major counties. Such a San Francisco haven't yet reported recent cases, and the state is only planning to collect data going forward. I'm Julie Small News. San Jose Police chief Eddie Garcia is stepping down. He announced yesterday he'll be retiring at the end of the year. Garcia's been with the department for nearly three decades. Chief for four years. Mayor Sam Ricardo credits Garcia was strengthening the department after the number of officers plummeted due to austerity measures and pension cuts. In recent months, the department has been criticized for its response to racial justice protests. In sports. The A's beat Seattle 11 toe one, They host Texas It's six the Giants lost to the rocky 7 to 6. They play again in Colorado at 5 40 hour time..

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