L.E. Phillips Memorial Library opening doors for first time since March
EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) - A local library is reopening its doors once again.
The L.E. Phillips Memorial Library will be reopening its doors Wednesday after the coronavirus forced them to close their doors in March.
Library management considers this to be "phase one" into reopening.
The library will have scheduled and timed appointments and will be limited to 10 guests in the library at a time.
Youth Services Manager Kelly Witt also says there will be a few things to keep in mind when visiting.
“You will just have to make sure your name is at the correct time slot. You will be asked to put on a mask and if you do not have one, one will be provided for you. We also ask you sanitize your hands before you do come into the building.”
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