Dora B. Woodyard Memorial Library Covid 19 Policy
Adopted by Dora B. Woodyard Memorial Library Board of Trustees
January 5, 2022
- If you have COVID-19 or have a fever or symptoms of COVID-19, do not enter the library. If someone in your household has COVID-19 or has symptoms of COVID-19, do not enter the library during your quarantine. If you display COVID-19 symptoms in the library, you may be asked to leave.
- If you or someone in your household has been diagnosed with COVID-19 and you spent time in the library prior to the diagnosis, please report this fact to the Library Director or Librarian in Charge.
- If two or more laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19 are associated with the library, the Library might have to be temporary closed.
- Physical distancing of a minimum of three feet must be maintained by all people in the library, except in cases when physical distancing is not feasible or appropriate.
- Library staff and hired cleaners strive to keep the library sanitized and cleaned on a regular schedule. We cannot guarantee the library is a germ-free environment, and ask that you determine if the public library is a safe place for you and your family during this global pandemic.
- School related programs will not happen if the county is red or we are in a mask mandate.
- Library related programming will be put on hold if our county is red.
- The library will be following suit of Wirt County Board of Education. If the schools are under a mask mandate than the library will also be requiring masks.
Public Patrons –
- We ask that if you have been exposed or are experiencing symptoms that you do not enter the library.
- If the county is in red on the DHHR map no gathering larger than 10 can use the meeting room.