Public library branches statewide restored access to public computers and free Wi-Fi zones Monday.
Library users may call to reserve access or use a computer on a first-come, first-served, walk-up basis. Each user will be limited to a 45-minute computer session per day. Sessions start at the top of the hour.
Free Wi-Fi zones are available outside library buildings.
Those using public computers are required to follow health and safety protocols, including wearing a face covering that covers the nose and mouth area at all times.
Computer use is being limited to reduce exposure and allow time for disinfection of computer equipment between uses.
Libraries continue to offer take-out services, including scheduling appointments for picking up items on hold.
More information is available online at librarieshawaii.org.