Chicago Tribune: From food pantries to parking lot Wi-Fi, public libraries evolve during COVID-19 pandemic

Chicago Tribune: From food pantries to parking lot Wi-Fi, public libraries evolve during COVID-19 pandemic. “When Illinois’ latest COVID-19 mitigation rules went into effect recently, public venues from casinos to museums were ordered to shut down as the virus continues its ruthless spread. One notable exception, though, was public libraries. The decision on whether to stay open remained with them, and while many have concluded that the risk is too high, others say they’re going to stick it out, and not just for the book lending.”

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