This Sunday, May 16, is Census Day here in Panama. We residents of this country have all been told to stay in our homes Sunday morning to wait to be counted. Once a census taker has visited us and counted our heads, we’ll
be given a pass that will allow us to venture outside.
How will this work, we wonder? Panama’s a small country. Still, how will census takers go door-to-door, barrio-to-barrio, finca-to-finca to tally the total population,
head-by-head, in the course of one day? The logistics seem a challenge.
We imagine an army of thousands of census takers taking to the streets at the break of day Sunday morning, and we’re intrigued to see what comes next..
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