Sequel to a lockdown: Libraries offer curbside book service as they move toward reopening their doors

When the Abington Public Library had to shutter its building March 13 due to COVID-19, the move came as a blow to its staff members.

“Not being able to provide the town with the open and welcoming community center — which is what libraries are — is heartbreaking,” said Deborah Grimmett, the town’s library director.

But it did not take long for the library to find a way to continue serving the public despite the pandemic.

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