Mobile Public Library locations reopening for limited services – FOX10 News

The Mobile Public Library will reopen to the public on Monday, Oct. 5, 2020, for what is being called “in and out” service and limited computer use.
Most of the locations will be open from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday for limited access to the building and computers.
Local History & Genealogy will continue to operate by appointment only. Customers will notice certain safety measures have been put in place to protect both the customers and staff.
Here is what you need to know:
Masks are required for service.
Social distancing should be maintained at all times.
Libraries will have limited capacities monitored by staff and posted at entrances.
Computers are available by appointment for 1-hour per day, per person
Hand sanitizer and gloves will be available to patrons.
Newspapers and magazines will not be available.
Meeting rooms will not be available.
Curbside materials pick up will continue at selected library locations starting Oct. 5. Please check with your preferred library for service options.
Printing and faxing services will now be available inside library locations.
Customers who do not have the Internet are encouraged to use the library to complete the 2020 Census using public computers.
For those who need to file applications for absentee ballots, the library will provide a free copy of their I.D. and free notary service at some locations.
Customers should call the library to make sure a notary is available.
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