Fulton County Library's reopening guidelines

Sophie-Ann McCulloch

https://img.particlenews.com/image.php?url=3vImWH_0abpYpUU00
Susan Q Yin/Unsplash
ATLANTA, GA — The Fulton County Library System has published its second reopening guidelines.

Just like the previous phase, all 32 library branches will allow in-branch browsing and usage of their computer laboratories. Here are some safety tips for patrons:

In-branch browsing and borrowing involve looking through shelves and using self-check devices to complete as many transactions as possible, such as paying fines with a credit card or checking out a book. You must know your PIN to use the self-checkout machine.

Kindly schedule ahead of time to enable one hour per day for browsing and borrowing in the branch. Visitors will also have one hour every day to use the computer lab. Those using this facility will receive a disposable keyboard and mouse protector for their time at the computer.

Visitors of the branch can use the self-service copying and printing services. If you go to the information desk, you will also be able to seek face-to-face assistance, including help with locating materials in the branch, assisting with new library cards or other questions.

Per the latest update, there is still no in-branch programming at this time, and you will not be able to acquire the study room or the conference room. You also can't use cash payments for fines because they will not be accepted by staff. However, cash is accepted at all self-check machines.

This phase features a full opening schedule from Monday to Saturday during previous hours of operation, as well as the addition of seating and lounge facilities and restoration to former capacity levels in-branch.

Visit https://www.fulcolibrary.org/reopening/ to learn more.

This is original content from NewsBreak’s Creator Program. Join today to publish and share your own content.

Comments / 0

Published by

Reporter. Writer. Mom.

Atlanta, GA
684 followers

More from Sophie-Ann McCulloch

Comments / 0