Madison libraries reopening to public May 24
In-person services will include library browsing and self-pickup holds.
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - Madison libraries are expanding in-person services starting Monday, May 24, opening locations to the public after more than a year. The decision was made by the Madison Public Library Board, which voted on May 6 to reopen.
Expanded services will include in-person library browsing, self-pickup holds and computer use. Some libraries had previously been open for limited services and curbside pickup.
Visitors will be expected to follow COVID-19 safety guidelines when visiting Madison libraries. Face masks will be required, and social distancing and sanitizing hands frequently is encouraged. Libraries can provide a mask to people who do not have one.
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