Spokane Public Library suspends in-person browsing again due to COVID-19
SPOKANE, Wash. — The Spokane Public Library is suspending in-person browsing due to COVID-19, just a week after restarting the service.
The decision was made due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in Spokane, which hit a record-high over the weekend. Library customers were originally able to enter libraries on November 4—the first time since mid-March—as long as they wore masks and socially distanced.
There is no planned date to resume this service.
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