KUCHING, Nov 29: Sarawak State Library (PNS) here is reopening its doors to the public once again after the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in the district has been lifted.
PNS said the State Record Repository will also be opened for visitors on Dec 1 and all users are welcomed.
However, in efforts to cut the chain of Covid-19 transmission, PNS has come up with a few Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) such as the mandatory registration of any applications namely WeCare, COVIDTrace or MySejahtera at the doorstep.
“The newspaper room, gallery, special collection space and all discussion rooms remain closed temporarily until further notice.
“We limit the number of people in every room and observe strictly the social distancing of one metre between persons.
“We will also scan the temperatures of all the staff of PNS and visitors every day while the cleanliness of all infrastructures in the building will be maintained at all times,” it assured in a press statement today.
PNS also recommended visitors to make full use of their online services to have access to the reading materials and BookBear Services for free.
“Other than that, users who feel unwell are urged not to visit the Pustaka,” it said. — DayakDaily