Fulton County Library System reopens all branches on July 1

LaShaun Williams

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FULTON COUNTY, GA — The Fulton County Library has reopened all of its branches on July 1. They have also reopened the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History on the same day. Library visitors may visit the library in person again from Monday to Saturday.

This is their third and last reopening process. This time, the libraries have restored all of their services as they were before the pandemic.

The meeting, conference, and study rooms have reopened and are available to use. In-branch programming will continue operating in all branches. Guests may use the tables, chairs, or lounge areas. And they may ask for assistance at the information desk.

Guests may still use the self-serve option, including self-checkout machines to pay for fines and fees. They can pay by using a credit card. However, the libraries still can not accept cash at this time.

Because the pandemic is still here, guests are asked to keep wearing masks in the libraries per the CDC guidelines. The libraries specifically request guests who are not yet or not fully vaccinated to wear a mask. Guests who have been fully vaccinated are allowed not to wear a mask, but only if they have received their last dose at least two weeks before visiting the library.

While all libraries will open at 10 a.m., their closing times are slightly different. From Monday to Tuesday they will close at 8 p.m., while from Wednesday to Saturday they will close 2 hours earlier, at 6 p.m.

For more information, visit http://www.fulcolibrary.org/reopening or use the library’s Ask-A-Librarian services at http://www.fulcolibrary.org/ask.

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