The Duluth Public Library continues to be closed due to COVID-19. The library has now added a new virtual service available to residents of Duluth. Now, people who don't have a library card can apply for an e-access library card. By having this card, residents will be able to access all of the digital resources in the Duluth Library.

This includes e-books, digital magazines, and databases like the Tumblebook Library, NewsBank, and Ancestry.  The only requirement for the e access library card is that you currently live in the City of Duluth. For people who live outside of the city limits, there is the Arrowhead Library System that offers a similar program.

These e-access library cards will be good until June 1st, 2020 and will give access to over 25,000 ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines while staying safely at home.

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