Devon libraries – a phased reopening from 6th July

Devon libraries will be reopening from the 6 July.
The buildings have been closed since the end of March, but staff have been working hard and have continued to deliver a lot of library services online.
So much so, they’ve had over 4,000 new users to their digital services.
Alex Kittow, Chief Executive of Libraries Unlimited, which run Devon libraries on our (DCC’s) and Torbay Council’s behalf, has set out how they’ll do the phased reopening, starting with contactless ‘Choose and Collect’ services in most libraries.
They also anticipate four pilot libraries, opening initially with limited public access to the building, and bookable sessions on public computers.
They’ll have reduced opening hours initially, and of course, social distancing.

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