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Central Rappahannock Regional Library branches reopen for visits

From the Central Rappahannock Regional Library:

Central Rappahannock Regional Library will return to Library Express service and branch visits starting Monday, March 1. This is possible due to subsiding COVID rates in the library’s service region.

Customers will again be able to visit branches to browse the collection, check out materials, use computers, print, copy, scan, and fax. Meeting and study rooms in most branches can be reserved at reduced capacity. Meeting rooms can be reserved up to 30 days in advance and study rooms can be reserved 1 day in advance. The very popular curbside pickup service will continue, bookdrops are open 24/7, and overdue fees are not being charged.

To prioritize customer and staff safety, visits should be limited to one hour, and face masks and temperature checks will be required. Everyone is asked to maintain 6 feet physical distance. For everyone’s safety, customers should not visit a branch if they have a fever, symptoms of COVID-19, or known exposure to a COVID-19 case in the preceding 14 days.

For more information on branch access, including schedules and details on available services, visit librarypoint.org/express.

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