COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

What is the library doing?

Face coverings are now required while in the Library. 
All Frankfort Community Public Library locations are now open to the public for limited service with limited hours. All Library locations  continue to offer Curbside Service.
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In-person classes are cancelled through the end of the year, but we are offering many Virtual ProgramsMeeting rooms now have limited availability, please contact the Library for further information.

Frequent Disinfecting

We will be taking precautions to make sure that locations and items are cleaned and sanitized frequently to prevent the spreading of germs at all library locations.

Reliable Information

At the Frankfort Community Public Library we are dedicated to providing information about COVID-19 from reliable sources and making that information available to the public.

WASHING YOUR HANDS

We ask that our patrons wash their hands or use hand sanitizer before using computers, books, toys, or other library materials. We have sanitizing stations available at all library locations.

CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL & PREVENTION
The CDC provides information about what you should know, updates, and advice for various groups and agencies.
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INDIANA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
The ISDH provides statewide updates on COVID-19 cases, their location, and guidance.
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CLINTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
The CCDH provides information for Clinton County residents. The CCDH is posting regular updates on their Facebook page.
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PREVENTATIVE STEPS FOR CLOSE CONTACTS
If you have had close contact with someone that is being tested for COVID-19, what to do next can be found here.
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CDC RECOMMENDED DISINFECTANTS
To make sure that you are cleaning and disinfecting properly, visit the CDC’s website of recommendations.
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IU HEALTH VIRTUAL CLINIC
Offers individuals in Indiana free Coronavirus screenings using the IU Health Virtual Visit app. Staffed 24/7, the clinic will screen patients from home.
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Talking to Children & Teens

The Spark and Stitch Institute has provided a guide on how to talk to children and teens about the Coronavirus.

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