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IOWA CITY - For the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, browsing is returning to the Iowa City Public Library next week.
The library announced the latest phase of its reopening plan Thursday.
Among the services available beginning March 24:
' Indoor browsing for up to 30 minutes.
' Holds pickup inside the building.
' Public computer use for walk-ins, limited to one 60-minute session per day.
' Wi-Fi access.
' Printing, faxing and copying services.
The library will limit the number of people inside the building at one time. Masks will be required, with no eating or drinking. Also, public seating has been removed.
The library is now on phase four of its five-part reopening plan. The final step is a full reopening.
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