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Forsyth County Public Library closing due to concerns over the coronavirus
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The Forsyth County Public Library announced Friday afternoon that all branches will be closed next week due to concerns about the novel coronavirus.

Here's the full press release below:

"All branches of the Forsyth County Public Library will be closed Sunday, March 15, through March 22. Following a thorough review of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, situation, the library will announce plans for the following week on Friday, March 20. 

As library staff will not be working in the branches, please keep all library materials at home during this time. The Forsyth County Public Library will reset the due date on all materials currently checked out to April 6.

The eLibrary will remain open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide residents with access to eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and many eResources. 

All library programs and meeting room reservations have been canceled through March 29.

For further updates, visit FCPL’s website at"