Libraries to adopt 'safety first' approach for July reopenings

Libraries to adopt 'safety first' approach for July reopenings

Libraries are preparing to reopen on 4th July with a “safety first” mindset, backed by a toolkit from Libraries Connected and a greater confidence in their digital services.

With Phase 3 of Boris Johnson's coronavirus exit plan coming into effect on 4th July at the earliest, Libraries Connected has put together a list of principles to guide library reopenings, including that they should be phased and planning should anticipate some services may need to be suspended depending on new government and public health guidance. It is also producing a “recovery toolkit”, which should be released by...

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