Comcast Offering Free Internet to Low Income Households for 60 Days

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It's definitely been a whirlwind the last couple of weeks, right? Earlier this week, Governor Inslee announced that all schools in King, Pierce and Snohomish Counties, K-12th grades, including both private and public will be shut down starting no later than March 17th. They will be shut down to stop the spread of the Covid-19 virus thru at least April 24th (so approximately 6 weeks).

That has left parents scrambling for things to help keep their kids connected to the education system while laying low at home for this to pass. With the shut down of public libraries, Comcast has stepped up to help lower income families by offering access to free internet for the next 60 days to help keep kids connected to the virtual learning transition.

You can read more about it HERE

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