Since my timeline is mostly full of folks with anxieties about what being open to the public soon will look like, here's what's going on in one public library - mine, which is already open with all of us in the trenches. (thread)
Our library system closed to the public on March 25th. All staff worked from home until April 9th, when the branch began providing curbside pickup of unemployment forms (soon adding food assistance and census forms) with a limited staff.
By the end of April, all staff were working in the branch on a rotating schedule, with the only exceptions for staff who were over 65 or could provide a doctor's certificate stating they had an underlying condition that put them at risk.