The first full-fledged count of Marin’s homeless population since the pandemic began found the population rose 8.4 percent from 2019 to 2022, or from 1,034 to 1,121 people. That growth has been largely attributed to turmoil caused by Covid-19 but hasn’t been helped by additional factors like high housing costs and inflation.

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