Partial Reopening Planned Sept. 29 for Morris County Library
The Morris County Library, which has been closed to the public since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the region, announced today that a partial reopening will begin Tuesday, Sept 29, 2020.
Only 30 patrons will be accommodated inside the Hanover Avenue facility in Whippany at one time, and some sections and departments of the library will remain off-limits. Additionally, state-mandated COVID-19 precautions remain in place, so facial coverings over the nose and mouth are mandatory for anyone who plans to enter the building, and provisions have been made to keep patrons and staff socially distanced.
“The library is taking a justifiably cautious approach to re-opening, but we are hopeful we will soon see a full restoration of services there. The Morris County Library is a treasured part of our great quality of life. I am not sure everyone realizes just how many people rely on that important resource or the services it provides, not only to students, academics and voracious readers, but also to professionals, business owners and the public in general,” said Morris County Freeholder Director Deborah Smith … (more)
Attachments: complete press release and two current photos of Morris County Library operations.
Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRrGCbz_-gI