SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Public Library will soon go back to operating seven days a week.
SAPL said users will once again have access to libraries on Sundays following a phased re-opening due to the coronavirus pandemic.
This applies to all branches except for select locations undergoing maintenance or a project.
The updated library hours are noon-8 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday.
SAPL said contact-free pickup will remain available.
“Returning to daily service is an important milestone in pandemic recovery for the San Antonio Public Library and its users, completing a phased re-opening approach that began last Spring,” SAPL said in a release.
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