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A company helps students store belongings during displacement

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Many students are experiencing storage issues as their schools have shut down due to the rapidly spreading COVID-19.

Many colleges are urging students to move out of the residence halls and as a result of this, they need to store their belongings that aren’t easily portable.

Displaced LACC students, of which some have moved out of their subsidized housing and going back home, are amongst those affected.

Students face the harsh decision to take a leave of absence or commit to murky remote learning before officially closing the academic buildings and all of its facilities for the second wave of coronavirus cases.

Students who stayed back as they are in need of finding to store belongings from rooms to be able to take a moment to plan their next move.

Storage company U-Haul has publicly announced via Twitter that they will be offering all students who have to move out 30 days of free storage.

As part of their “U-Haul Cares” campaign, they are also offering special rates for U-Haul trucks and trailer rentals.

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