From today access to printing, internet, WIFI and study facilities will be available in the five Donegal libraries currently open to the public.
The phased re-opening of libraries began on June 18th, where libraries offered a browse and return service only.
The libraries currently open to the public are Central Library, Letterkenny, Buncrana, Bundoran, Ghaoth Dobhair and Twin Towns Community Libraries.
Due to social distancing requirements, controlled access to buildings will continue with time restrictions on services.
Self-service will be a key component of using the library, and where applicable time limits on services will be in place.
Library members will need to bring their library card with them to borrow items through the self-service system.
Users are also reminded that children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Libraries will be offering hours for vulnerable members of the community from 2 until 4pm. Non-vulnerable members of the community are asked to visit outside these hours.
Sanitisation stations will be available throughout the libraries and members of the public will be asked to follow all safety protocols.
Details of the next phase of re-opening libraries in other locations will be announced due course.
Library members are reminded that online services, with access to Ebooks and Emagazines, online courses and research resources are available at donegallibrary.ie.