MISSOULA — A positive coronavirus case is shutting down services at the Missoula Public Library until the end of the month.
Library managers say the case involves a staff member who didn't have any contact with the public, but it will force some quarantine and testing. That means the library will suspend lending and curbside services until Monday, December 28th.
Most online resources and virtual programs will continue to operate.
The new library has remained closed to public access since staff moved into the building in September because of the pandemic.