July 23, 2021 Carnegie Library Resumes In-Person Services All Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh locations are open at full capacity with no time restrictions. Curbside pickup and virtual services are still available. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh In-Person Services In July, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh resumed in-person services at full capacity at their locations across Pittsburgh. Here is what you can expect when visiting: Expanded hours (including Mondays) and some additional morning and evening hours. Capacity has returned to 100 percent. Masks are no longer required for vaccinated staff or visitors. Children ages two to 12 years old and other vaccinated patrons should continue to wear masks while visiting. Computer use time is unlimited unless others are waiting. Laptop lending has returned and personal device use is permitted. The return of furniture to help you relax, read, and work. Meeting room spaces are not reservable or available for closed-door use. In-person programming is still limited. The Pennsylvania Department at the main location is currently not open for in-person visits. COVID-19 Considerations If you or a member of your household have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, feel sick (even if your symptoms are mild), or have been exposed to COVID-19 within the past 14 days, reschedule your visit to a later date. Carnegie Library offers a variety of digital materials, resources, and programming that are available 24/7. Curbside and virtual services are still available. More Information For more information, visit the Carnegie Library website or contact them via call, chat, or text: Call: 412.622.3114 Text: 412.775.3900 Chat: Click the “How can we help?” icon on their website. For more news, visit Trying Together’s News page.