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EPL: COVID-19 Update

Updated 3-18-2020 12:30 PM
 

EPL’s updated response to the Coronavirus Outbreak

Euclid Public Library. Euclid Public Library is closed until further notice in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Coronavirus. Euclid Public Library will suspend all fines during our closure. We ask you to please keep all checked-out items until the library resumes normal business hours.

  • Euclid Public Library is committed to serving the needs of the public while also
    working to ensure the safety and health of our customers, staff and the community.
  • The world is experiencing an unprecedented health crisis threatening our citizens. Early
    action in stemming the spread of the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is critical.
  • In response to Gov. Mike DeWine’s orders closing all K-12 schools and prohibiting mass
    gatherings, Euclid Public Library will close effective at 5 p.m. on Friday, March 13, and
    will remain closed until further notice.
  • This decision was not made lightly. The scientific evidence that early social distancing can
    help stop the spread of the Coronavirus is a compelling factor in taking this precautionary
    step on behalf of our customers, staff and the community during this pandemic.
  • We will continue to follow guidelines provided by our local, county and state health officials
    and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
  • While our library will be closed for this extended period of time, digital library resources
    are available on our website, euclidlibrary.org, including eBooks, eAudiobooks,
    magazines, movies and music plus research and learning tools.
  • The safety of customers and staff is a priority for the library. Follow us on social media
    (Facebook, Twitter) and check our website for updates. We will keep you informed of
    additional changes in operation as this rapidly evolving public health situation continues to
    unfold.
  • Thank you to all of our customers, friends, colleagues and supporters who have expressed
    their concern and understanding during this uncertain time.