How books spend their quarantine


Amos Memorial Public Library Clerk Deb Orsborne, of Pemberton, sorts books that have been recently returned and need to be quarantined. The books are moved to tables that are marked with the date they were returned and the date when they are safe to be put back on the library shelves. The Amos Memorial Public Library is quarantining the books for five days, well past the length of time COVID-19 can survive on them. The library stopped heat treating the books when demand increased beyond what could be treated in a timely manner. The Amos Memorial Public Library is quarantining the books for all of its five branch libraries in Shelby County as well.

Amos Memorial Public Library Clerk Deb Orsborne, of Pemberton, sorts books that have been recently returned and need to be quarantined. The books are moved to tables that are marked with the date they were returned and the date when they are safe to be put back on the library shelves. The Amos Memorial Public Library is quarantining the books for five days, well past the length of time COVID-19 can survive on them. The library stopped heat treating the books when demand increased beyond what could be treated in a timely manner. The Amos Memorial Public Library is quarantining the books for all of its five branch libraries in Shelby County as well.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Amos Memorial Public Library Clerk Deb Orsborne, of Pemberton, sorts books that have been recently returned and need to be quarantined. The books are moved to tables that are marked with the date they were returned and the date when they are safe to be put back on the library shelves. The Amos Memorial Public Library is quarantining the books for five days, well past the length of time COVID-19 can survive on them. The library stopped heat treating the books when demand increased beyond what could be treated in a timely manner. The Amos Memorial Public Library is quarantining the books for all of its five branch libraries in Shelby County as well.

Amos Memorial Public Library Clerk Deb Orsborne, of Pemberton, sorts books that have been recently returned and need to be quarantined. The books are moved to tables that are marked with the date they were returned and the date when they are safe to be put back on the library shelves. The Amos Memorial Public Library is quarantining the books for five days, well past the length of time COVID-19 can survive on them. The library stopped heat treating the books when demand increased beyond what could be treated in a timely manner. The Amos Memorial Public Library is quarantining the books for all of its five branch libraries in Shelby County as well.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/12/web1_SDN122320Books.jpgAmos Memorial Public Library Clerk Deb Orsborne, of Pemberton, sorts books that have been recently returned and need to be quarantined. The books are moved to tables that are marked with the date they were returned and the date when they are safe to be put back on the library shelves. The Amos Memorial Public Library is quarantining the books for five days, well past the length of time COVID-19 can survive on them. The library stopped heat treating the books when demand increased beyond what could be treated in a timely manner. The Amos Memorial Public Library is quarantining the books for all of its five branch libraries in Shelby County as well. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News