Covid-19 Resources and Services
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Due to the ongoing Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic,
The Nappanee Public Library will be observing recommendations for social distancing and modifying offered services accordingly.
All Library programs and events have been reformatted to occur on social media or via other online platforms, such as Zoom.
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Beginning June 1, NPL will be open regular hours.
Some services may be adjusted to comply with social distancing guidelines.
Health and Safety
All returned materials will be "quarantined" for at least 24 hours.
After the quarantine period, all materials will be disinfected and sanitized before going back on the shelf or to other customers.
Building Capacity (Effective June 1)
A maximum of 60 customers will be allowed in the building at any given time.
Each area of the library will have its own capacity limit. Staff will monitor the number of people in the building.
One meeting room will be available with a maximum capacity of 15.
- The library will continue to sanitize and disinfect surfaces and other high-touch areas regularly, throughout the day
- Computer keyboards and mice will be covered with a disposable wrap that will be changed between each customer
- The library’s cleaning services will be visiting several times per week to clean and disinfect surfaces and other high-touch areas
- The library will continue to provide protective equipment to staff to use when handling library materials or interacting with customers.
- Plexiglass shields will be installed at frequently used service points
- Social Distancing will be enforced at all times
- Customers are encouraged to wear masks when visiting the lirbary.
Please remember we have limited hours and access to keep customers and staff safe and to stop the spread of Covid-19. We will continue to refer to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Indiana Governor, Eric Holcomb for recommendations and tips on keeping everyone safe and healthy.