Birmingham Area Residents: Where to Find Up-to-Date Coronavirus Information and Links You Can Trust Coronavirus COVID-19 has been the subject of many recent news and social media reports. Safety is our top priority. You can renew most items (up to a maximum of 3 times) in person at any Birmingham library, by telephone, or online through 'My Account'.If you telephone, please have your library card and the items to hand. Please be aware that services may be subject to change as local COVID 19 circumstances develop. Central Library is open Monday - Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. The Birmingham Public Library announced the furlough of 158 full and part-time employees on Sunday afternoon. New England Journal of Medicine Coronavirus (Covid-19) portal--A collection of articles and other resources on the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, including clinical reports, management guidelines, and commentary. All locations of the Birmingham Public Library will be closed December 24 - 25 and January 1 for the holidays. Please be aware that services may be subject to change as local COVID 19 circumstances develop. With the increase of fake and unreliable news, we suggest going to … Hours and services are restricted. If an item is reserved you will not be able to renew it. All our libraries, with the exception of the Dental Library, are open. NHS COVID-19 app The new NHS COVID-19 app, now available to download for free in England and Wales, is the fastest way to see if you're at risk from coronavirus. Library services in Birmingham are reopening in line with national and local government guidance. Last updated 30 October 2020. Safety is our top priority. The faster you know, the quicker you can alert and protect your loved ones and community. Library services in Birmingham are reopening in line with national and local government guidance. Employee Resources for Policies and Protocols During COVID-19 Face Covering Protocol (Updated 10.15.2020) City of Birmingham COVID-19 Leave Summary Chart (Revised 10.13.2020) Families First Coronavirus Response Act FAQs; Form to Request Emergency COVID-19 Paid Leave (Revised 10.13.20) Covid-19 Update (January 3, 2021) With the temporary closure of Alabama public schools and following federal and state recommendations to avoid clusters of population within a space, many member libraries have temporarily suspended public access to the library facilities. Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and FAQs for University of Birmingham staff and students. As our plan is to add your submission to a COVID-19 collection in the UAB Digital Collections website, participants will be asked to accept a deed-of-gift to transfer the material to the University of Alabama at Birmingham and a media release form which allows UAB to use the material in print and online publications.