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Libraries requiring masks again

BY JENNIFER CABRERA

Starting tomorrow, Alachua County libraries are again requiring patrons to wear masks.

An email from Administrative Services Division Director Adam Brooks informed library staff that “Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases and Alachua County’s designation as a high transmission area, we have decided to require all visitors to wear a face mask covering the mouth and nose during their library visit.”

The policy will be effective tomorrow, August 12. According to the email, new signs were sent out to all branches today, and the website will be updated tomorrow.

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  • So lemme get this straight. If I want to go to the library to study books by Karl Marx and Chairman Mao, I have to wear a mask? What kind of commies are running the library?

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