The library will be closed through May 28 due to our state governor's executive order and public health concerns over the COVID-19 virus.
On April 30, 2020, the Governor extended the library closure order until May 28, 2020.
We will be eager to welcome you back to your new library once restrictions have been lifted and it is safe to do so. Reopening will most likely be gradual, starting with curbside pickup of books and materials.
In the meantime, we are offering a wide variety of online programs and digital materials. Watch our website and visit our Facebook page for updates on what’s available.
All due dates have been extended until the end of May. Do not worry about returning your items at this time. See our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
Please check back here for updates.
Thank you for your understanding.
Current Updates and Accurate Information Regarding 2019 Coronavirus COVID-19
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Wayne County Health Division-2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID -19) Information
WHO Coronavirus Q&A - the World Health Organization provides straightforward answers to common questions about coronavirus.
Michigan Coronavirus - the state website contains general information about the virus as well as Michigan-specific information, including the number of confirmed cases.
Tips for Social Distancing, Quarantine, and Isolation - this U.S. Department of Health and Human Services fact sheet explains social distancing and suggests ways to cope and support oneself during such an experience.
MedlinePlus Coronavirus Information - this U.S. National Library of Medicine page includes a wealth of information about the virus and is explained in plain language.
CDC Coronavirus Information - the Center for Disease control page includes information for individuals as well as communities, schools, businesses, and healthcare professionals.
NIH Coronavirus and Alternative Treatments - the National Institutes of Health has issued a warning about "alternative" treatments for COVID-19.
WHO Mythbusters - the World Health Organization provides factual information in response to myths and rumors circulating on social media.
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