Paiknam Library Reduces Operating Hours in Response to COVID-19 Outbreaks
Operating hours from June 11th to the 23rd will be 9 AM to 22 PM on weekdays, and 9 AM to 12PM on Saturdays
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The Paiknam Library will reduce its operating hours from June 11th to the 23rd in response to the danger caused by the proliferation of COVID-19 in the metropolitan area and the increase in the number of students using the library due to offline exams.
All Subject Materials Rooms and Study Rooms will operate weekdays from 9 AM to 22 PM, and from 9 AM to 12 PM on Saturdays. Aside from these operating hours, the Paiknam Library will be closed in its entirety. Previously, Study Rooms 1 and 2 on the first basement floor were open from 9 AM to 22 PM, and Study Rooms 3 and 4 were open 24 hours a day, but their operating hours have been reduced.
A representative from Paiknam Library stated, “We will continue to check all visitors’ body temperatures during operating hours,” adding, “The reduced library usage time is scheduled until June 23rd, but further changes may be made until the COVID-19 virus has been fully eliminated.” Additionally, the representative asked for all visitors’ cooperation, “as it is for the safety of all visitors who come to the library.”
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Translation by: Lee Jung-joo
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