Posted on 04/27/2022 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

The thought of the physical library disappearing fills many a bookworm's heart with dread and sorrow.

And it's one that many groups have pushed back against — after all, a library fulfills so much more than the act of handing over a physical book.

But good news: it's probably not something that you need to worry about happening, anytime soon.

The New York Times explores how, even after the COVID-19 closures, libraries have continued (and will continue) to be "people places."

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