NEW YORK - More than a dozen public libraries across the city are reopening Monday with limited service.
The New York Public Library is offering grab-and-go service at eight branches in Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island.
New Yorkers can place a hold on a book or magazine using the online catalog, and there will be a small area for pick-ups and returns inside.
The Brooklyn Public Library will offer lobby service at seven locations for quick transactions, including the Central Library at Grand Army Plaza.
And the Queens Public Library will reopen seven branches with to-go service, and returns six days a week.
Nine additional locations will accept returns around the clock, seven days a week.
Visitors must wear a mask and follow social distancing rules at all locations.