The Library reopens!

We are delighted to have reopened the Library at midday today (Monday 27 July).  We are operating shorter opening hours than usual. Because we have to maintain social distancing and ensure the library service is COVID-19 secure,  some services and facilities have been restricted or suspended.

The most noticeable changes include wearing face masks and respecting social distancing, washing hands thoroughly and/or making use of the hand sanitiser available at the clearly marked sanitation stations, particularly on arrival, and following the clearly marked one-way system. We are also asking people not to reshelve any books.  If you handle a book, please leave it on one of the book trolleys so we can quarantine it for 72 hours and then reshelve it safely.

Please read the latest guidance before visiting

Please read the full Covid-19 advice on the library website before visiting the Library and remember to bring a face mask to wear.  Please check the Library news feed before each library visit, in case the guidance has changed.

The University Coronavirus information page remains the most up-to-date source of information about changes across the University.

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