NSK reintroducing its extended hours services under a limited operating regime

Objavljeno 15.6.2020.

Starting from 15 June 2020, as part of normalising its activity in line with the phased easing of the measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, the National and University Library in Zagreb is reintroducing its extended hours services under a limited operating regime.

Users interested in the late hours study facilities, which will be available between 21.00 and 24.00 in the reading room on the Library’s Ground Floor, have to apply for using the service by registering online, emailing the Library’s Information Centre, contacting the Centre on (0)1 6164 002, or in person, at the Centre’s info desk.

The number of users of the Library’s extended hours services will be limited to 65. The users will have their body temperature taken with non-contact IR thermometers and only those with a temperature of not higher than 37.1 °C (98.78 °F) will be allowed to enter the Library’s late hours study area.

Once the users leave the extended hours services area, they will not be able to re-enter it, so they have to take with them all of their belongings when exiting to the Library’s lobby.

According to the recommendations issued by the Croatian Institute of Public Health, the users are advised to wear protective masks. They should stay within specially marked user areas and abide by the social-distancing measures.

The Library is inviting its users to closely follow the Library’s website and its profiles on social networks for all notifications regarding changes in the terms of use of the Library’s services occasioned by the measures to combat the spread of COVID-19.