Starting next Monday, May 9, all collective housing in the country with habitual residents will be registered, to relieve all people who live under an institutional (non-family) regime, such as: camps or workshops, boarding schools, barracks , homes for the elderly, nursing homes, homes for children and adolescents, religious homes, health establishments, hospitals, tourist hotels, shelters or inns, and prisons.

All persons residing and sleeping in collective housing four days or more a week, as inmates, internees, guests, and who do not usually return to their home, will be registered.

In the case of hostels and shelters for homeless people, census takers of collective housing must register them in person, at 8 a.m. on May 17, with the information of the people who stayed the night before.

The rest of the people in the street, that is, those who are on public roads, will be registered through a special face-to-face operation that will be carried out between 8:00 p.m. on Monday, May 16, and 2:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 17.

On the other hand, also between Monday May 9 and Tuesday May 17, the face-to-face operation will be carried out in all rural areas of the country.