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By Tracy Ihnot

After a months-long closure due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Delta County Libraries opened the doors again to the public on Tuesday, July 21.  “We are excited to be open again and enjoying having patrons back in the libraries,” says Adriana Chavira, library manager.

In order to provide a safe environment for staff and patrons, and to comply with current county and state health guidelines, some library services and policies have changed.  Currently, the libraries are open at 50% building capacity and hours are limited.

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