TUCSON, Ariz. — Anyone who enters a public library in Pima County is now required to wear a mask.
The new rule went into effect Friday, said the Pima County Board of Supervisors in a press release.
The county says any individual who refuses to wear a mask will be denied entry.
Those with a medical exemption will be provided curbside assistance.
In addition, beginning Monday, July 20, the Pima County Public Library is moving to a regionally-based model of services aimed at minimizing customer and staff exposure to COVID-19.
Holly Schaffer with Pima County Library says ten libraries will continue to provide computer use, printing, copying, and faxing services:
· Caviglia-Arivaca Library
· Salazar-Ajo Library
· Eckstrom-Columbus Library
· Joyner-Green Valley Library
· Joel D. Valdez Main Library
· Mission Library
· Sam Lena-South Tucson Library
· Murphy-Wilmot Library
· Woods Memorial Library
· Oro Valley Public Library
Libraries not listed will continue provide curbside pick-up.