According to KFYR-TV, The Morton County Library in Mandan, North Dakota has plans to reopen to the public on July 6, 2020. The re-opening will go in five phases according to KFYR-TV. Phase one will consist of curbside book pickup and drop off. Phase two will allow appointments for those wishing to file for unemployment which will be really nice to help people out that don't have access to a computer for unemployment. Phase three is the Morton County Library will be open with limited hours. They never really stated what phase four was but phase five the library would be back to normal.

This is awesome to see the library starting to open up. Many people use the library for a number of different things. I'm personally happy to see this finally happening. Many people are over this virus and are ready for everything to get back to normal. We have been cooped up for too long and many people are just ready to be able to go into stores, libraries, government offices, and for all of them to be opened up.

The coronavirus hit the country in mid-March 2020, and a lot of people are saying its time to get back to the normal way, the way it was before the virus hit. Hopefully the Morton County library in Mandan, North Dakota has a smooth transition in their reopening stages and everything goes as planned. The Morton County Library is located at 609 W Main St, Mandan, ND 58554.