PUEBLO — A major, in-person public service has returned in Pueblo.
The libraries are once again offering indoor service.
The Pueblo City-County Library District opened its doors to the public again Tuesday.
Mask-wearing and medical screenings are required and people are only allowed to stay in the library for an hour.
"We're providing library services outside of the building but nothing can really replicate having people back in the building using our computers, browsing our books, you know using the library," Nick Potter said.
The district is still offering curbside service as well.