COVID 19 RESOURCES & INFORMATION
Eckhart Public Library is NOT a COVID-19 testing site.
If you need help registering for a COVID test, we are happy to assist you. For the safety of our community and staff, we will do this over the phone.
Any suspected case will be treated with caution.
Get to a safe, socially distanced location
Call us at 260-925-2414 ext. 120
Be prepared to know your availability and how far you can travel
We will take your information and look at the availability on the state’s website
We will get back to you with confirmation and appointment details
What is Eckhart Public Library Doing?
Additional Library Services
Patrons and library staff are welcome to and are encouraged to wear a mask if they feel more comfortable doing so.
Cleaning & Sanitization
The library’s physical spaces are sanitized and cleaned regularly.
All available computers are sanitized after each use.
To reduce contact, self check-out machines are available on every floor of the library.
Eckhart Public Library’s programming includes several outdoor options, weather permitting.
If you are not feeling well or have tested positive for COVID-19, we are more than happy to assist you over the phone. Please do not bring items back to the library if you, or those in your home, are positive with COVID-19. Contact us, and we’ll take it from there.
If you are feeling sick, we ask that you please stay home to limit the spread of germs.
At Eckhart Public Library we are dedicated to providing information about COVID-19 from reliable sources and making that information available to the public. More information about COVID-19 can be found below.
Please Wash Your Hands
We ask that users wash their hands before and after handling library materials.
Hand sanitizer is available throughout the library in pumps and automated dispensers.
Printing & Faxing
Because of increased printing and faxing, the first 10 pages printed will be printed at no charge.
There is also no charge for faxing services.
How to talk to Children and Teens about
Sesame Street has created a Caring for Each Other resource guide to offer caregivers and educators opportunities for children to lower anxiety through playful learning.
The Spark and Stitch Institute has provided a guide to how to talk to children and teens of various age groups about the Coronavirus