The Rancho Mirage Library returned to normal operation Tuesday after staffing issues caused by COVID-19 limited operations for the past three weeks.
The library re-opened with full access to facilities including computer and study rooms for the public.
During the limited mode of operation — a model called “library-to-go” — people could browse and check out materials, but the computer and study rooms were closed and loitering was not permitted.
Although the library has returned to full operation, in-person programming is still on-hold until further notice.
The library will continue to follow state, county and local mask guidelines for visitors and staff, officials said.