With the province's announcement that it is lifting all COVID restrictions on July 30, the R.P. Bell Library is also rolling out our "path to green." Beginning in August, we will no longer require contact-tracing information or registration to enter the building. All floors are open for visiting and browsing and things will be -- for the most part -- "back to normal," with some continued precautions. COVID also brought us some good things, and we'll be keeping some COVID-inspired innovations such as the ability to book rooms or order books for pick-up.
Here is an overview of Library services and facilities in August:
COVID innovations remain
Some pandemic-inspired innovations are worth keeping in a post-COVID world:
As we enter the province's "green" phase, we're cautious and realize we may need to adjust quickly if circumstances change. We are confident we can adapt to various phases of COVID precautions as needed, and we thank our patrons for adapting with us so patiently over the past 16 months. For a list of overall Library services, see our COVID pages. For University-wide announcements, see Campus Updates.
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