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Danbury Library temporarily ends curbside pick up of materials

Due to the increased number of COVID-19 cases in Danbury, the Library is temporarily ending curbside pick up of materials.  The decision was made with guidance from the Mayor’s office and Health Department.  Online programming, and other forms of virtual engagement will continue as planned, with the exception of grab and go programs. Danbury Library was able to open their doors for about a month from mid-October to mid-November.  In a new report to the City Council, Library staff say 347 people made appointments to use the computers, copy and fax machine, and to browse the departments by appointment. They circulated 33-hundred items for adults and more than 3-thousand junior and teen items between October 19th and November 17th when the library went back to curbside pick up only.  While the library was open, patrons still picked up 11-hundred items via curbside pickup.  Patrons from other libraries in Connecticut checked out 377 items.

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