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Due to the rapid rise of COVID-19 cases in Cumberland County (with a case rate moving from 295 cases per 100,000 population one week go to 665 cases per population today), the Gray Public Library will be returning to a curbside delivery model starting Friday, January 14th.

We will revisit this determination in two-weeks' time as events continue to evolve, and to see if the anticipated decline in cases occurs.

This will not at all hamper nor alter any of our standard operations (requesting, van deliveries, fulfilling holds, etc.) but thought it worthwhile to mention through these listservs.

Be well, and stay safe.

Josh

Joshua Tiffany, MLIS
Director - Gray Public Library
Minerva Executive Board Member / Treasurer
Chair - Minerva Cataloging Committee
Minerva Circulation Standards Member
 (207) 657-4110
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