Rupert Library Starts To Lift COVID Restrictions

But still not fully back to normal.

Source: Prince Rupert Public Library

[This story originally appeared on The North Coast Review, a blog based in Prince Rupert that contains “items of interest to those living on the North Coast of BC.”]

Last week saw another step towards returning to the days of stopping in at the local library, with the Prince Rupert Library putting in motion its Phase Three program of return to public services.

The latest move forward came on August 26th with the Library offering access by appointment only for a range of services including public computer use, document services and exam invigilation.

To contact them to book one of their thirty minutes appointments call 250-627-1345.

All of their previous services such as the Home Delivery, Grab Bag and Curb side pick up program remain in place as part of Phase Three. 

However, while more services are being added, the days of dropping in to browse their selections or enjoy a newspaper or magazine appear to still be off in the future, with no timeline as to when full service and full access will resume at the Sixth Avenue West facility.

You can learn more about their current services from the Prince Rupert Library website or Facebook page.

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