Coronavirus & Public Libraries Resources: Information for Patrons
This guide contains resources which may be helpful to library staff related to the coronavirus. Information includes guidance specifically related to public libraries, and cleaning and disinfecting areas of the library.
Each county library may have a different reopening schedule. Please check with your local county library either by phone or check their website, for details about reopening schedules, services, and hours of operation.
The South Carolina State Library has been monitoring the outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 (now pandemic) and is working closely with our partners and event organizers to help manage its impact on our library community statewide.
With schools currently closed through April 30, educators are busy preparing e-learning lesson plans and activities for their students. MEBA is currently supporting these initiatives through online resources and webinars available on their website.
New reports about the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, becoming more widespread are making some people anxious. Here are some tips to help you manage your anxiety, put news reports in perspective and maintain a positive outlook.
The LCFB is fully operational and working closely with partner agencies to determine the safest methods to serve friends and neighbors — senior citizens and children (and their families) who may be losing access to prepared meals and stocked food.
(Spanish Language of above list)
La siguiente es una lista alfabética de los distritos escolares de Carolina del Sur y sus planes para la distribución de comida durante el cierre del COVID-19. Planes serán actualizados a medida que la información esté disponible.
World Central Kitchen would like to help school districts inform their students and families about ongoing efforts to continue feeding programs during the ongoing closures due to COVID-19. If you work for a school district and have information regarding these efforts, please let us know by completing the form below.