(Voorhees, NJ) – As the latest surge of COVID-19 cases continues to decline, the Camden County Library System will be resuming its full range of services, which includes the indoor use of the facilities, beginning Monday, Feb. 14.
“For the last few weeks, several metrics such as daily cases and hospitalizations have been decreasing, which is a positive sign that we’re moving in the right direction with this pandemic,” Commissioner Melinda Kane, liaison to the Library System. “We’re delighted that things have improved so much that the Camden County Library System can reopen its doors to continue serving patrons through in-person services. We will keep a close eye on the situation and will update residents on any changes as they evolve.”
Masks are required while inside the library buildings and curbside services are also available during all open library hours.
Beginning on Monday, library hours will be:
Monday through Thursday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. (The Ferry Avenue and Nilsa Cruz-Perez branches will close at 8 p.m.)
Friday and Saturday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Meeting rooms remain closed to the public and programs are being held virtually. More information on that can be found at events.camdencountylibrary.org/.
Established in 1921, Camden County Library System seeks to meet the recreational, informational and educational needs of its customers with locations in Camden, Bellmawr, Gloucester Township, Haddon Township, Merchantville, Winslow Township and Voorhees Township. The Library is governed and supported by the Camden County Board of Freeholders and the Camden County Library Commission. For more information about the Camden County Library System, visit us online at http://www.camdencountylibrary.org/ or by calling (856) 772-1636.