QUEENS, NY — The Queens Public Library is indefinitely suspending plans to reopen computer systems and printers for public use at seven branches throughout the borough, citing the uptick in COVID-19 circumstances in and round New York Metropolis.
The library system had been set to open reservations Monday to make use of a pc from Nov. 23 on on the Cambria Heights, East Elmhurst, Contemporary Meadows, Laurelton, Lengthy Island Metropolis, Peninsula and South Ozone Park branches.
“We hope to maneuver ahead with it on the applicable time,” a Queens Public Library spokesperson wrote in an emailed assertion. “The well being and security of our workers and the general public stay paramount and are on the forefront of each determination we make. We apologize for any inconvenience.”