The Sedalia Public Library Board met on April 12 and adopted a new COVID Restriction Plan. On Monday, April 26, the library will loosen some of the restrictions currently in place for visiting the library.
Starting Monday, patrons will be allowed to increase their visits to the library from 30 minutes to one hour per day. The Reference Room and public computers will also be available for patrons to use. Masks are encouraged while in the library.
Public computers will be available for patron use with these restrictions: Masks are required while using the computers. Computer use is limited to one hour per day with no extensions. Computer use is self-service only as staff will not be allowed to instruct patrons on computer usage.
The copier will also be available for patron use, but it will be self-service only. Staff will not be allowed to make copies for patrons or assist with the copier’s use.
Fax services will resume on April 26.
The Reference Room will reopen for patrons to read newspapers and magazines. There will be a one-hour limit per patron per day for use of the Reference Room.
Unfortunately, there will be no in-person programming at this time. Story Times and Book Club will remain virtual and can be accessed via the Sedalia Public Library Facebook page.