Petawawa Public Library to re-open to in-person visits
The Petawawa Public Library will re-open to the public for in-person visits next Tuesday.
The library will resume regular hours as of Aug. 4 and access will be limited to 20 visitors at a time, according to the library.
It said in an online statement that computers will be available for use, while photocopying, faxing services and exam proctoring services will also resume.
The library said it will offer outdoor children's programs in August and has plans to offer limited in-person programs in September.
Residents are still able to make arrangements to borrow materials without going inside and are asked to contact the library directly.
All library materials are quarantined for at least 72 hours when they're returned to help guard against the spread of COVID-19.