As area agencies begin to ramp up efforts to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, a Clinton business has decided they should close their doors for two weeks.
Warner Library will be closed starting Tuesday, March 17 until March 30 per other efforts by Illinois officials to keep people socially isolated to stop the spread of the virus.
Patrons are encouraged to utilize online resources like the Hoopla app for books, music, and movies and the library announced they are boosting their wi-fi signal for patrons to gain access to in their parking lot.
Additionally, the library is considering drive-up services, however, no decision on that has been made at this time.
The library encourages following the recommendations of President Trump and Governor Pritzker to not congregate in groups of ten or more and practice safe social distancing and stay home as much as possible.