COVID-19: What is Eckhart Public Library Doing?
Modified Library Services
Cleaning & Sanitization
The library's physical spaces are sanitized and cleaned regularly.
All returned items are sanitized before they are put back on the library shelves.
All available computers have protective plastic over the keyboards and mice. This plastic is replaced after each use
Suspended Programming & Social Distance
Eckhart Public Library's in-person programming has been suspended at this time to prevent the additional spreading of germs. Please see our social media for virtual programming and opportunities for library engagement online.
When in the library, we ask that you stay six feet away from others and staff unless you live in the same house.
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.
Drinking Fountains are not available at this time.
All Eckhart Public Library staff wear masks and/or face shields when working with the public. The desks are also equipped with protective plexiglass shields to help prevent the spread of germs.
Beginning on Monday, July 27th, facial coverings that cover the nose and mouth must be worn by patrons ages 8 ad up in order to visit the library. This is in accordance with Executive Order 20-37 released by Governor Eric Holcomb. Patrons younger than 8 years are not required to wear a mask or facial covering, but are strongly encouraged to.
If you are not feeling well or have tested positive for COVID-19, we are more than happy to assist you over the phone.
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.
There is no vaccine or antiviral for COVID-19 at this time. The best thing to do is prevent exposure, clean, and sanitize.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information
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