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Internet service providers: AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon, among a host of companies that have committed to keeping the united states tied to, even if they are not able to pay their bills at the corona virus outbreak.
A dozen or so of the Internet and the telephony service providers have signed up to the FCC’s Holding that the Americans are Connected to the Premises. The companies have agreed to “not the end of the service, to residential and small commercial customers as a result of their inability to pay their bills due to the disruption caused by the corona virus a pandemic, the 60-day period, according to the statement. They have also promised to get rid of any potential additional costs that may arise as a result of the corona virus, crisis, and open up their Wi-fI “hot spots” with the Americans who need them.
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“As for the corona virus outbreak has spread and caused a series of breakdowns in the economic, educational, medical, and social life of the country, it is necessary for the Americans to stay,” FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said in a statement. “Broadband will enable them to communicate with their loved ones and doctors, and telework, to take care of their children in learning at a distance, and it is important in order to take part in the ‘social distance’ that is critical to reducing the spread of the new corona virus.”
More than 2,000 cases of corona virus were reported in the US in the late afternoon on a Friday, spread out over 49 states and the District of Columbia. COVID-19 was responsible for 50 deaths in the U.S.
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On Friday, the President’s Home has been declared a pandemic by the national state of emergency, freeing up money and resources to fight the outbreak, and he threw his support behind a package of support measures, which the US House approved early on Saturday to provide direct assistance to the Americans.
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From the Rose Garden, He said: “I am declaring a national state of emergency,” it is to let go of as much as $50 billion for state and local governments to respond to the outbreak.
The Associated Press contributed to this story. Follow James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers