The Windsor-Severance Library will temporarily close Tuesday, Nov. 17, in an abundance of caution as a result of a positive COVID-19 case in a staff member.
Clearview Library District administration were notified of the positive diagnosis Monday, Nov. 16, and the Windsor-Severance Library is closed for deep cleaning.
“The health and safety of our community is our number one priority,” Director Ann Kling said.
The Windsor-Severance Library will tentatively reopen Wednesday, Nov. 18, pending Weld County Department of Health and Environment guidance.
“We will continue to monitor this evolving situation and follow federal, state, and local guidelines to keep our community safe and healthy,” Kling said.
While the Windsor-Severance Library is closed, community members can access the Clearview Library District’s digital library 24/7 at clearviewlibrary.org/downloads--streaming. The bookmobile will operate on its normal schedule.