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Lexington County Public Library Offering Virtual Services & Help During Coronavirus Pandemic

LEXINGTON, South Carolina — Lexington County Public Library is temporarily closed to the public. However, we’re working to provide the community with the best virtual services available.

For those who don’t have a library card, we made it easy to get a temporary one through our website for instant access to ebooks, videos, audiobooks, databases and more. You can also visit our website to access information and resources regarding coronavirus. Library staff are experienced in evaluating and collecting quality resources and have developed a “Coronavirus Resource Directory” — a quick database of financial, health, educational and recreational information that might be helpful during this stressful time.

Adjustments to better serve the public include: - Automatic renewals of Library cards and materials - Waiving of late fees - An easy, online library card application process that gives users immediate access to ebooks and databases Available library resources include: - Digital resources available 24/7 including ebooks, audiobooks, movies, music, databases and more - Expanded ebook collection with increased number of check-outs per user in Hoopla - Coronavirus Resource Directory — a quick database of financial, health, educational and recreational information that might be helpful during this stressful time. - Video storytime programs on Facebook - Free, gently used books at all locations - Ask a Librarian service is available for reference and technology assistance — contact us at (803) 785-2681 or ask@lexcolibrary.com - Public wifi access goes beyond library walls — available outside and in most of our parking lots (it’s important to practice social distancing at all times) For more information, call (803) 785-2681 or visit www.lexcolibrary.com.

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